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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 5, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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a ,' 1=nr' +' 'Stafke's Call Street historical or renovation 'work performed ori
survey placed In the top seven grant buildings 50 years old or older. '
applications receiving federal fun- It was also announced at the
: : Ui ding in Tallahassee last Friday froma Tallahassee meeting that Florida is ,
field of 20 competing projects sub- now eligible for downtown Improvement I
mitted from all sections of Florida. projects under'' the 'new Main
t With only $50,000 In federal funds to Street program ''with' funds' appropriated I
be awarded for matching grants the at the recent legislative l
10-member State Historic Preserva. session. This program designed ''to

'i t i tion Advisory Council conducted an help towns under 50,000 population to
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1' h lr- all-day screening session to review revive their downtown districts, will

a"'va and prioritize the applications, and provide matching grants for projects
for fun such''' beautification work/
make Its recommendations : as ;
ding.: Due to the; limited funds,. not as building Improvements
'even the top seven received all the E.L. Matthews, who traveled ''to
''dollars they asked for.The Call Street Tallahassee ,to 'make' the 'grant
project; submitted by the' Bradford presentation Friday said that several
County Board of Historical Trustees. members of the Advisory Council expressed -
had applied for $3,500 and was recom- interest in the Call Street project I
mended by the board to receive ,and suggested that Starke should i
3000. However; all grants will be pursue the Main Street program as I
t'r"'. subjected to a final review by State soon as the mechanics for grant ap-
j ; .(.' I Preservation Officer Charles Percy plications are set up.

t New Boat Ramp. :: + i;, for review and possible revision.,Mat.chtng -
.. .1' funds for the Starke project will Matthews also said" 'that' PauiWeaver

be provided by the Historical Board historic sites specialist with
What will$1,000 do these days? Not much but enough for the county to use A parking area is still to be built. .where the' trees are down in the The funds wilt be used for a profes the Division of Archives Department,

a $1,000 grant to build. a new boat ramp on the canal between Rowell and background.; sional survey of older buildings along of State,'stressed the importance of
:If Sampson Lakes. Zoning Director L.M. Gaines told the board it has $12,000, In funds ,from' the Call Street;some of which date backto the historic district survey that will '
t.. County commissioners (1-r) Homer Hart Lawrence Mosley, EL. (Nook) Game Commission to build boat ramps. ", '; > ,the town's earliest commercial undertaken in Starke; saying,"It !
t. Norman. E.W. Hodges and Maxie Carter extreme right inspected the new It was also announced Monday thai Guy Andrews has agreed to donate the construction 1857 'The finished can do an awful lot for the communityin.
boat ramp Monday afternoon July 2. county a lot he owns adjacent to the, oat ramp on Little"Lake Santa' Fe..The documentation will be used in submit opening avenues for state and !
Road Foreman J.B. Crawford second from right, explains to Com- board wants to enlarge and improve that ramp ting an application for listing the four federal assistance'-.I f
missoner Carter how county road crew built the ramp to specifications of the Commissioner Lawrence Mosley also suggested digging a basin at the cur- block district in the National Register The,federal grant funds'are ex- "
:. state Game Commission and had It inspected by that agency rent landing at Cypress Run on the west alde-, f Sampson, Lake. Commis- -. of Historic Places, Such listing will pected to become available'' by the !
:. Commissioners said some people are complaining about how steep the sioners visited the site and appeared to like the plan! and"their intention.' is to .open the, door'for' additional grants .first of August; after which a contract I:
new concrete ramp goes down into the water. That is necessary for larger, dig the basin and improve that public landing tookTo from other sources,,' and will qualify will awarded. on*Competitive bids i 41:
"?, heavy boats they explained. "Some people are going to criticize it, no mat- get state monies to build a boar)!ramp now requires a plan to qualified' property owners for the 'maximum for the historical and architectural. 1
ter what; said one commissioner, and the others agreed. enginneer to be submitted) by the cqunty to the Game Commission. tax credit of 25 percent on restoration documentation.. f 1

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JIIoIO- IIl'''''..y" J" .---w M..!1'.p.,. ."....., ./ ..".. Former Lt. Lane Sibley got little -A hearing before the council's action clears 'What Charges...? told Brackins that is the position the cKargesteier i to Ui&Vtekl'Kirchalne; r

Satisfaction from Starke commissioners sion with the commission. the grievance process to $ dismissal letter refers only '. ;commission, is taking.FactFinding incident that butthat. he. has..,.no way' of i

Tuesday night July 3, except fact-finding body council had not approved i fo? sections fcf the city code, attorney knowing The Telegraph was.told.after H' the "

that the council did approve his firing To file a grievance recommendation there .I Charles Brackins repeatedly pointed Committee.... meeting the 'charges against Sibley
he begin legal proceedings to before a outside been no firing to protest,.
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out Tuesday night. he from, the' Buckh lter..murder
said and Patrolman Willie stem
regain his job on the Police Depart- The city won't allow ., Sibley
cleared of in the case and an arrest attempted
Searcy were charges rape
Terry "
city attorney
ment. for ;,. "Why is Sibley being dismissed? Vicki Kirchaine Incident which the at the fairgrounds not the Vicki Kir..
The fourth ranking city policemanwith Brackins attorney asked ,
'Brackins repeatedly telling .
discussion about two1' were accused of making im chaine. incident..
more than 12 years experience was no ..., 'the council he's totally in-the dark as actions. Brackins said without, specific
Sibley was fired June 18 by Police ding decision on the in either commission.option Committee.'T'f' Wednesday morning he :to specific reasons for the firing or proper"I'm sure Mr; Brown will verify charges it Is most difficult to preparea
Chief Jimmy Bowen the day a grand
recounts of actual reasons. defense. is entitled statement -
made Brackins disagreed, by commissioners' ; that; Sibley told the commission. At- Sibley to a
jury was public.
report opinion both options of interest in what goes r.i -nCommissioner torney Brown did not comment. of substantial'reasons attorney.
Sibley.Sibley. Department) and In Schaefer said the Attorney Brown and Chief Bowen Brackins said '

Sibley's Options... and Brackins 12 years with the depart. 'letter refers to sections of Articles 4,6, 'were the fact-finding committee. legally
"I don't think the letter is }
,Sibley and his attorney Charlie why the council ''and 7. V \ Sibley said Searcy was put back to "
Brackins of Gainesville, both ad- Bowen's recommendation he doesn't Want to cost Mayor Jimmy Crosby asked work after fact-finding met sufficient. said Brackins. ",
dressed the council Tuesday night. before Sibley had a in legal battles;; Brackins if he understood the recommendations Sibley said he expected to be ., "Mr. Brown" are we In the proper
were told the fired policemannow ing. Commissioner could be used for salaries, of city attorney Brown reinstated, but instead got a letter of posture? asked Mayor' Crosby,1
They has two options: chairman of the Police !! his job back. about\ the two options., Mayor. Crosby dismissal. Brackins said he,thinks the Yes, sir,. replied t attorney: ,.Brown/.




I :Council Adopts Plan of ,Action Prepared by Mayor :Crosby on Police;,: .1).eV ',;:1 .1


'f with his son who is visiting'here what turned out ''to be u very brU4, "The. 'Mayor''' and Commission
Beefed'up;;i communications between soever. contract, negotiations. with all concerned in
work
the Starke Police Department, Police Chief Jimmy Bowen is called The 7-page report entitled "Com- Gainesville $un reporter Carol discussion. pledge to
the State Attorney's Office and the upon in the report to submit written ments and Plan of' Action" on the, Everts who apparently, .couldn't Pointing out the empty meetingroom making any improvements desire necessary;
called plans by September 1 providing for: of the Grand Jury generally believe the report was approved withno Commissioner Bobby Biggs a and express a to have a professional
Starke City Commission are report > of which we
in his Police
in oA training plan; including training follows the Grand Jury report. It also discussion, asked if the council former police chief said opt'pion Department .,
for by Mayor Jimmy Crosby a .
the people of Starke don't want'hard" ,can all be proud.
has read the Commissioners
prepared report adopted Tuesday needs hours required for each of Includes a request by Mayor Crosby' members report. appreciate the GrandJury's
law enforcement. "W&fu
ficer and methods for obtaining the that the assistant state attorney on said they'd read the docu- .
night July 3, in a unanimous vote of i intention
his and its tq
the commissioners.It required training for: each officer,, duty here "...provide the commisisonwith ment during the meeting.. Mayor In the conclusion of' report, interest,
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city of
; information about any'problems Crosby announced at the opening of Mayor. Crosby writes: review the, results any :
first official. reaction that business "As Mayor I have investigated and provements. I
was the A written policy on utilizing' the his office .is having with the meeting regular '
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from' Hall to the highly critical would be handled, followed by a five discussed the Report !1ndetail'with'Chief .
City non-
resources of other agencies such as .reports investigations or police ,"As Mayor I offer myself ,to the
Grand Jury report,made public June action in In such cases minute recess, then the report wouldbe Bowen; i
the Florida of Law' En- general.
Department ,
assured me that he, Grand If I can be of further i
"The Chief has Jury. any
18, pointing'out deficiencies in the Crosby wrote "...immediate taken up. Crosby, obviously expecting :
forcement (FDLE), crime Mayor ,
'' 'is interested in making all specific 'assistance in this effort,:or, if they
Starke Police Department in the laboratory, medical examiner's office action will be taken, by the commisn some discussion on his report,, I
called for hi the have any specific,recommendations
areas of supervision, investigatory sion.! said he didn't want the audience to improvements ,
and the State office in
.work discipline of officers, and in- cases, involving homicide.A Attorney's. Chief Bowen said to be familiar have to sit through a lengthy discus- (Grand Jury) Report and through his gas; to action either I or the Commtarslon

adequate and tardy police reports.. complete set of rules and stan- 'with Mayor Crosby's report adoptedby sion, but invited everyone to sta'. actions of.already making many of should take, in addition to those
has which have been
The ,handed out at the begin- council not the called-for changes expressed,.we oertainiy'are
report dards for discipline to be presentedfor the entire was present I
his;.desire comply willing to take them under '
of the meeting was unanimously Chief No three news reporters demonstrated to :
ning meeting one except .
review by the Commission prior to'' at. Tuesday night's *'
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advisement. '
adopted with no discussion whatGoAhead the upcoming collective bargaining Bowen was said to be on a fishing trip! and the city council remained for ,with recommendations\ request .'
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Brooker Elementary will get' primariiy 'to see if the carryover 'offer, and board mer i6 rs-took him Arch Ellington head custodian at the ., , ,_.0.," "; !!'.' .I".,, 1 t
new, cafeteria. And. it was Brooker monies would be sufficient to make up up. Monday night it was included Jn' middle school who has worked for the ; -'t : f A .,'"4
area school board member J.T. Par- the difference in the low base bid and i the school board minutes, upon- school system 10 years with no Social <. ,i '1 'I..,. '> ,; .',;r :_, ',. '''J" ',"." ';";rI-tilj 1'1'",',. ......'I 1
rish who made the motion Monday the$150,000 budgeted but Supt. Casey recommendation of ,attorntlY'''Terry Security deductions being.taken out of Love Conquort.... ? 'V'V"j,' ;!", :
night, July 2, to''move on the new' did not have the carryover figure last Brown- that, the board Intends to his salary, "' Love reaches across: the Allan,tie Ocean'to bring a family '- <

building.The Thursday. So, the board set another cooperatively construct the two foti Supt. Casey said his staff was told it together,on llt :.Eour'1! of, July,.7hg' .DIca"dla.'omlly'ofJjkir!: : '
go-ahead came after Supt..Tom meeting Monday night take up the BE tables and to authorizing bidding and. was not necessary toT; ake,Social' "reunited!" with family, members: ft rom r. Italy!they hav.npsweri In,, :
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'Casey reported there will be a project plus other matters.LWCI'tn purchase of materials."I" \" ,I Security deductions from Ellington' ,, ,70 yearslt"r" T''U' '1.( ,:,Nib:. ? ; y/1(>: *'''I'.I' ,
$206,071 carry-over in the $lo-million-> .oj r salary but that apparently the'rules 'f' ,
school budget "" 'I ';l changed three years ago. The school :; <,.,t;''I'1.t;\.- .' :
plus 1983-84 system Build SS Hot Potato) : /! ., ': : + ''
year which ends June 30. .Board BoarA "; system Is being billed for some .$1,900! ''' '" 1' i' i ': \ \( I i
I 2 Portables Givento .' 4th.... 5"V '
members had already committed from prevloS.lears.81:83: July / < 11
themselves' to build the new BE Agreement has been reached for, 's3,79I"So Security problem, .. The IndepencUncei'pdy: dctiv'ltl;1 e. 'In, i K iv.y,tone* werp' !i\ ytreotfor'sr; :
If was available.The Lawtey Correctional Institution to uncovered in a payroll audit by the Ellington, 76': is'rettred from Bradford ? .
cafetorium money avid Fowrth'ers. Next we.k'ieoButler ; k the lake 1
board budgeted$150,000 for the build two-portables classrooms. state Dept. of Retirement, was givento County and already draws Social, ", for'photdi'' ,. .. .-...frpm ......... .' I
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BE cafetorium. The lowest base bid,. Supt. Casey said he has been lookIng the school,board last Thursday by Security.;Paying the back,payments ; l Fpujtr. Cefgbrgionr' ( : .;: ,"' ". ." a ";'n t d.(I',' .rat Grph 11

submitted by Trlest Construction Co.. for plans for a portableclassroom Supt. Casey. owed '"increase,. ..' Ellington'" "S ; V. .' J. ", ," : I," ... 1 ;,1.1.. ) j' :', i'( 4. ,"'!.I'> :
of Keystone Heights. came in 'atwith but said Monday night he ThEl..amount ..is owed by (several payments. -J ""'t'I"'I" '. ,. .:" ', ,!I" ;:
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have to a set from architect employees because Social Security \ *f
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$201.000.
School board members'niust decide
money' available the boarddecided Don Morgan of Keystone Heights, a deductions were less than totals they should whether to ask J Ellington:> to make the, Bradford and (!Alan'County'4-\H'.r*'attend. :; a' la'rasmdnshlp'! 3| I i
have been.The amount $3,791 .
board architect.
former school ,
:. Monday night to alternate build the', LWCI Superintendent James (Cob and goes back to 1061* The,board ,back payments or,.make..the- payment, 'School' $4,997 >
cafetorium plus a his discussed ,Thursday Itself, '. "., ; sn(1 t' ,J\ [1""l. ; <; ;, ,,''\ "' r.\I:\ ,>
first offered Iar the problem '
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included. stitutions's help to build the portablesa again Monday night Holding ,a, papers. '" 1'<' "I. ""'" '' I ij""" -" \" 'fIoI.: .4.ic.'Jo1oo",,\ I It.'f
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few months when the school Chitty,'and Hazel Hall, from the ,.employees..who 'either owed Social '0 : 1"t") :. ,: ,; 1
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visited Finance Department. rebates,Mrav.. ,< : ; "Y1'' 'I'+
, cafetorium will be Supt. board Lawtey Elementary'and Security or1 got ; '. :: to l rcdford !
complete' about the Decision so far Is to what u oWed such aren't IMHSUM, ;"r;: : .". tl, b.Bjl and Unionr ; :
talked two ; out
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'" it in the coming school there for crowded Starke for,19IM, and to consider further: usually* the! employee owing nroneyl.makea : .. /oj:1";: :,I ., ,}}. ;
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:: Lawtey' Changes Land-use PlanL Designates Multi.familvDigtri; '


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Meeting In front of an overflow Only those persons with incomes between waste into a drainage ditch known Massey presented a petition to the growth and grow with It." .Approved bills for the month.
crowd Tuesday, July 2,the Lawtey City $10,000 and$20,000 annually will locally as Alligator Creek. The creekIs council with 41 signatures, representing Police Chief M. M. (Butch) Jordan ,
Council voted to change the city be permitted to rent these units, withno subject to flooding 2 or 3 times per those persons in the area of the stated "as one without a vote" that" Recleved certification of city tax
land use plan and place a multifamily rent subsidy to be allowed. year as it is, with most people complex that were concerned about Lawtey needs apartments, here or on able values for 1984! from Bradford
district on property Present to answer questions from wondering about the effect of additional the health and overflow problems, another site." Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez
I designated single family residential citizens attending were J. O. Griffis, effluent entering the stream. Massey stated that many more per- This was the sentiment echoed by and set a budget workshop to be held
i for the first time In city history. George Grosse, and Joe McCorkle, Another concern was the effect of a sons were against the complex than many present, with Benjamin Strong Monday, July 10.
I The property concerned, presently representatives of the firm to set up plant breakdown. Wayne Massey were present.Mickey adding that many young people were
I the location of a one family rental the project. After briefly explaining made the point that such a breakdown Moore, owner of a leaving Lawtey because of the lack of Decided to advertise for bids on
unit is the 4 acre parcel bounded by the project, Grosse stated that he would allow, raw sewage to be residence directly adjoining the proposed decent housing.Wayne 'surplus lawnmowers that the city
I the Lawtey Elementary, Pine street, would attempt to answer all the concerns dumped straight into the creek. complex,voiced his concerns of Massey asked board wishes to sell.Agreed .
and Adams street. of those present. Grosse pointed out that the unit to traffic on the street between the two members if they would consider making

Until Monday night, there were no be put into place would dump approximately properties. The rear entance of the the land use change contingent on to purchase 4 tires and a
'sites designated for multi-family use 12 gallons of about 90 percent units would exit on to this street, the project being completed. City Attorney walkie-talkie communication unit for
'within the city limits. While both'oppon nts and proponents pure material per minute into''' the creating additional traffic. He also Terry Brown indicated that the use of the Police Department.
The new land use will permit the in the overflow crowd agreed creek, an amount less than that stated that he was concerned about such provisions were illegal under the I
constuction of 28 apartment units on that Lawtey needs new housing of this generated by a 4 ton water cooled:. 'the crime problems associated with law, and that the change would haveto -Accepted a bid of $152 by Marvin I
the site, together with an office, laun- type the main point of contention was home air conditioner:Grosse also ad- 'placing 28 new families within small be approved or denied on its Rosier for a surplus airconditionerthat
dry, and on-site sewage disposal unit. the location selected by the firm. ded that if a breakdown did occur, his site in the city. merits. the city advertised for /sale. "
The construction will be brick veneer, The sewage disposal plant, though firm retained people that would Im- Grosse said that the firm's survey Massey then asked If the council
carpeted, central heated and air- meeting all requirements of state and mediately be on the site to correct any of area citizens Indicated' most would delay its decision to gather Accepted a bid of $300 by J. W.
conditioned units of 2 and 3 bedrooms. ,local law, would dump the processed problems. renters would be local people more information. This request was "Bud"Barber for a surplus truck that
upgrading their present housing,with denied, but the council assured the city advertised for sale.
just a very few outsiders moving in Massey that reversion to single family
the units.He referred the traffic question use would be considered the
I' Investigation t to the council, 'which indicatedthat powers of the council if the project
Jury Ends Wadsworth ,; :r' no paving could be afforded at failed. THE BRADFORD

.. '-' the present, but additional limerock- The members then called for a COUNTY TELEGRAPH
-" Ing of the street could be considered. 'show of hands of citizens for and
The decision by a Bradford County following: from the time of the pay raise to the The council also indicated an existing against the project at the proposed Published .v ry Thursdayat
Grand Jury not to charge Mayor Gor- presentation to the Grand Jury, compounding buffer of trees on city right-of-way site,resulting in a 12 to 9 vote for the 135 W. Call Str..t'
don Wadsworth of Hampton with any Poor recordkeeping by the city of- all of the above listed pro- would be maintained, together with a proposal.The Stark Florida 32091
wrongdoing has ended the investigation ficials. This included signing of blems. 25 foot buffer of trees oq the complex council, acting on a motion by "
into charges that he falsified checks, prior to need, by the required site. member Marvin Rosier and a second Second Class postage paid of
Hampton municipal records and cosigner, rather than verification at Wadsworth was accused by Martshal Mrs, Lou'Wilkerson, owner of property by member Laura Harris
overpaid himself $480, according to the time of Issuance of the check. John Hodges of falsiflng the men- also adjoining the proposed site, unanimously approved the proposedland Starke, FloridaSubscrlptlorvRates, ,
Assistant State Attorney Tom Elwell tioned minutes to retroactively grant sent a letter to the council in her use change.In ,
The Grand Jury, which met May 14 The motion to raise then-clerk himself a raise in the cumulative, absence, stating "apartments In :
to look into the matter,took testimony Wadsworth's salary was unclear,in amount of $300, as well as taking Lawtey are a good idea" and "hous other business, the council: In-trade area?: $10.00 per year
from six present and former town officials that it did not specify the raise was other city funds in the amount of$180. ing is going to have to come to $5.50 six, months /
,but could find no grounds to indict not to be retroactive.The City officials have stated that they Lawtey/ Indicating approval of she Requested that inmates ,working .
the Mayor on any chargable of did not intend for the raise to be and her husband of the project sites for the street'' department:not. ,be Outside area: $11.per,year ,<
fense. minutes as approved at the retroactive, and that a tape of the ,, She said "We have to accept this allowed to sign for purchases of gas. $6.00 six months
I Elwell stated "I see no way that the meeting immediately following the meeting concerned in October 1981 (' ,

matter could ,ever be brought up granting of the pay increase stated does not make any mention of """ ", \ ......
, again before this body. I took that the raise was to be retroactive, retroactivity. They have said that ,( .. : '
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testimony and presented it as a test and said minutes were allowed to Wadsworth was only to receive the I '. 7
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I run for charges to the Grand Jury, stand without correction. raise from $150 to $200 salary per,, 9 .
month for future months. ; 'I'
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Elwell listed several reasons for the witnesses were unclear as to exact that the amount was to be paid? .' ,, \:,', y'I
Grand Jury's lack of action and for details in the matter.A for back months of the clerk's term.,/ '" \1(1(; ."-.'', ,,
his statement. Among these were the No evidence documenting misuse of,';"',," t;
period of 3 years had passed other city funds could be verified. : J JI. ; "J'

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a Business Purpose Revolving business." needs. drivers.
Line of Credit, a check-activated The Business Purpose Line is on a Florida National Bank is a w
line of credit for businesses. demand basis up to five years with instatewide banking organization with 9a
Interest will float at two percent terest paid monthly and principal $4.7 billion in assets and 147 locations.. We believe nature k,
above prime says J.E. Tomlinson. : drivers deserve lower '
president of the Florida Natfonai rates on auto insur
Bank at Starke. Under the new program ance.And so does The
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establish a line of credit but borrow GOSPEL MUSIC CONCERT drivers
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Corporate customers may use a STARKE, FLORIDA the good driving records -
major asset, such as real estate, to to prove it. J$o
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Saturday July 7 1984 at 7:30 .
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.legislator mingles with crowd In photo above. of Commerce;
Tina Roberts of Lake Butler gets an ear of corn from James Balkcom. of anlzation.
New River. have been
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Some 500 persons came to an appreciation supper hosted by Rep, { the Brad,
George Crady, D-Yulee, at the Union County farm of Sheriff John .' Authority,
of
Whitehead last Saturday afternoon and night.Crady's '. "': Brooker
guests got to the meet the representative and his wife, arid to'eat 'and Starke: ;' ,
a free meal ofbarbequed chicken, cole slaw, baked beans. But the-.,"
smoked corn-on-the-cob seemed to the hot item. { ,
In a brief talk, Rep. Crady thanked everyone for turning out,and asked I ,
their support in the upcoming Democratic primary in which Crady Is expected ,
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not refer to Yarbrough by name, but said he expects opposition. "
Organizers felt the Saturday rain probably kept a good many people
away from the shindig. But the rain stopped just before six p.m., and a ') ; I % ,,
.cool breeze blew across a beautiful, late afternoon. on Sheriff Whltehead's :' .'
firth ,4AaU mix farm. '
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Jimmy Alvarez has certified pute a millage rate which would produce the 1983 levy of 1.612 mills. / year. If the increase is 8 percent :
property values, up $5.1 million over the same revenue as received in The taxable value of property+ 'less, a simple majority vote of p.m,
last year, to the taxing authorities of 1983 (the rollback rate). For the County located in the City of Brooker was set' 'governing board is required.; ..,
,the county,including: the County Com- Commissioners this figure wouldbe atll08,630forl984, as compared the .crease of between 8 and 15 per cent
mission and School Board and the 9.44 mills/compared with a 1983 1983 figure of $1 017,679, up almost quires a majority-plus-one vote of 9 :
;,various incorporated cities within the figure of 9.537. The rollback rate for $100,000. A rOlback rate of $.367 mills members. Any increase above the '
county, ; the School Board would be 5.444 mills, is compared to a levy of.1.464 mills in per cent mark must be approved : ;, ,
compared with,a figure. .of 5.5 for the 1983. some type of vote of the electors ,..
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..__... w* to begirt pthn'bomputationof *. The,Truth in'Millage law requires'that .'; ;! r : : :, : '
millages and the process required' Taxable value of property locatedin all property owners be Informed -:'j) <-tr.
under state law to officially set property the City ,of Starke went from of the rollback rate that will .affect
tax rates, a process known. as $43,818,200 in, 1983 to $46,516,370' in their pioperty,. e actual rate us set '
the Truth In,Millage law. 1984, up $2.7 million. This change requires by the various authorities', and:the
a rollback rate of 3.074 mills, date, place and time of buaget hearings -
Taxing' authorities are compared with the 1983 levy of 3.096 held by the authorities. This in-
this law to notify.Alvarez requiredunder of the mills. formation will reach owners by, mail' SAVE REAL DOLLARS!.
during the month of August,,'as re-
millages they intend to levy and of
the date of required public bearings down quoired,by law.
The City of Lawtey went 9 -
on the budget process no later than about $100,000. from$2,433,046 in 1983 J
\ July 31. to a taxablo; figure of $2,336,378 in Values certified vary up or down I
< The taxable value' of property, 1984. A rate of 2.297 mills is requiredto from year to year depending on con v ,
,within the county, that value on which produce the same re venue; as a rate struction and demolition of property
County Commissioners and; the of 2.206 in 1984. within the authority jurisdiction as
School Board levy has been set by the well as exemptions such as
property 'appraiser's office' at Taxable value of property the Ci- Homestead and Disability, or
$167,427,830, an Increase of'$5.1 ty of Hampton went down some Agricultural Classification. that may J"I
million :over 1983 which ;was $60,000} from; $1.196,576 in 1983,, to be Authorities .

",$162,293,422."" $1,133,749 for! 1984. This change ,e-. are limited to an in-

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has never been noted "Then)) with a livelier step '

Fourth of July than ever,: the merry belles"tripped ..
Wednesday was the light fantastic toe, .
lon. Everybody who and all med bent on a plea.
out of town apparent sant tint*. The elegant breezes,'
,with nearby lakes and known < nly in our Florida
attracting most fun- climate wafted their lentle-
waves !tc us, whilst the large
live oaks furnished shade to the'
was not always thus, crowd." I
the Fourth was not
a holiday for merchants Everybody Left Town
years after 1900. Stores When Autos Arrived

open went on all-out the Fourth to attract, but A few] yean later, local "\

and visitors from celebrations on the Four /
the to come in seemed lo simmer,down, due; .
county lunch" perhaps, to the arrival of that
prepared Starke new hive ition the automobile'
by
and served on long which en bled folks to get out of
,town for {their fun and games.
in the city park on
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Street. There were free i I "
., street dancing, In 1916 we find The .'
and other entertain- Ni' bemoaning the fact that Sttarkq':
and, of course, the seemed like a deserted village;
a landoffice business on Independence Day: "The
the main idea behind Fourth o t July passed just like, ,
all FourJis in Starke, for\on, ,
that day our citizens seem' to,
Set the Pace think there's no place like ,

Day .home, and therefore. ,go!>>.,' ,
: elsewhere, to be entertained.
our "sister city" of The town was as deserted as an
went all out to stage a English Wage when a zeppelin
celebration. Here's hovers over it. Almost every'
Telegraph/ reported store in i(own was closed. Chief
: Kite save an 'unmuzzled stray ,
Fourth of July was dog and drew his gun to shoot

in ,at sunrise by the him, bu put his weapon back' ..,.
of bells and the boom- i' again. cannon. The American sacrilege' of disturbing' the holy
unfurled in the breeze silence., 1
lofty staff on the '
building (as the And gain in 1922, The
was called in those Ready for The Big Bang!. T fegradH resigned itself to,
fate with!the following observation -, .
Don Hoover, son of early Starke; photographer. : The Fourth was
order, all the youth Frank Hoover was used as a tn" +del for this 1910 celebrated hi Starke by a grand
were busy in various photograph depicting the small her spirit of the Fourthnameless orchestr silence. The town
all degrees of uproar, of July. was as q niet as a hall in which,

down to Chinese ) were on hand as occasion held Sparkman's bridge near William Jennings' Bryan letytures >'
'.' '; Many enjoyed a pic demanded."Of the elegant residence of our against evolution. Mr.
Kingsley, others a
Hull and Mr. Darby had their
esteem friend, Mr. Wade
at the beautiful coun- the elaborate dinner, )
ornamented with In
flags
of Mr. Sayles, nothing need be said. The broil- Sparknjian, on the Fourth of Ju- stores ,,
of the didn'ttcelebrate. .
honor day we
ly. On hr-ivlng at the place indicated -
in the excursion to ed chicken, the rich soups the
1 found 400 of the i.The only small boy hi
; while a great toothsome sweet corn the mea ,, over bald
saved small
town a
assembled on the ly potatoes, the' beautiful neighbor' citizens, represen- up
firecracker from Christmas.He .
verandas and the tomatoes, the wholesome ting entire families. A platform
of the Burrin House bread, etc., were all enjoyedand had be erected! and dancinghad cam> out and exploded it,
but in the prevailing distilled
and participants the occasion was one of the already begun with music ,
and silence, it sounded ,
filtered
furnished by the Baisden ,
tournament of the estimable hostess' proudest,
as loud s. cannon cracker;
brothers pf Starke.
cranks of Brad- triumphs.
and the frightened boy ran
Memorable Gathering uAft r dinner Mr1.' N.C, Pet- home and hid under the bed." >
o'clock an intermis tit, heading quite a crowd of
At Wade
ordered and the Sparkman'sThe patriot citizens, called upon By 19-JO, on the threshold oft,
proceeded to cater to following account, writ- Mr S.K.jGardiner to read the the Grei t Depression, with no
of the inner man, ten by "One Who Enjoyed July Declaration of Independence, around,. even, for
Fourth in 1888" described which':after a few appropriate money
whom seem to crave the firecrackers,the only comment"on
jln the line of gay goings-on that took place on remarks ps to why the Fourthof theholiday/'/ tin Thj
watermelon, Independence Day in those Jul so memorable an '
las Tele.rop" issue Of July wine. or the times" : event i in I Mir history, Mr. Gar.yi ''I".on" net ieUontMt. '
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George Adams, Marcus Conner ana :"
Independence Day. 1984 Virgil Jordan have had their timberlands
fresh in our minds, what approved for certifi ation in the American "
Tree Farm syste located in Bradford
way to express apprecia- County. The Couity: Forester has, inspected -
for all It stands for than to their property for membership in
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contribution to the the 'Farm,Program spon- "
-million dollar restoration sored by the Florid Forestry Association. "

Statue of Liberty In New
harbor? According to Association Executive Vice
President William Carroll; Lamb they will
o be awarded the green, and wfite Tree "
contributions of Farm sign to display on their land. They _
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million dollars have will also receive a certificate signifying.,,
; ,been made, but that their forest Ian is are being managed j
: more will be needed to 'to assure a wealth .of environmental :
benefits for Florida ns"as well as an ado-' y
], the restoration and }
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quate supply of esse tial materials to meet '"
Miss Liberty look as l the growing demands for,more,wood pro, "
an. beautiful as she did in } ; ducts. \ ..

when the people of France Wrr t, : )1

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gift 'to the citizens of .J

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initial $40 million was ear- I. '" ,;1 Ia ,.

for the statue'to have it 'I + -

for its centennial Start Planning \ '
in 1986. ,School
Tree Planting; Now "h'
all the nation'
over
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Believe It or no NOW is the appropriate
contributed their pennies time to consider your tree planting needs
nickels' to''' raise more",than for the fast 'approaching;winter,season.
million dollars, and large Why The Division! of Forestry is now taking
ions are donating On :October 28; 198f\ ''tht one- applications for a variety of seedlings''
Wipre to help sponsor hundredth birthday of Miss which will be available this winter. :u;

Liberty! will be observed with, a These seedling are grown, shipped and
rededication ceremony,' nd delivered In th': area from the ',stat,
onthe ''
famed statue which nursery at our co st. Seedlings which Witt
Fourth of July 1986 }
itsj,torch hlgh'overNew > a\; nam- be available can M'utilized for commer*
moth ceremony will be Jiejld, Including cia for personal borne Birot
haibortvilf \remainbpen the"return' of the "tallships" provement purposes.So whether you are
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which'will'the'torGhi"include; nation's;,. Bicentennial' ,' there are 'trees,a\rateable for.a yrlriety6'o' ,
tening boom purposes. "
Other Navy ships Wll
arm;, :replacing.' ;::,000 their salutes,'and Air, Far e jets \ i i. ''The prices range| .from $It to. J60/1.00Q,'
iron 'structural.. bare root seed 11 {8.The price varies act)
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: s;'*- replacing ornamental ,'will over the'rejufyenatedLady 'cording to which specie',you 'are'.('interested
: ) ., and restoring the Liberty. Ji, in obtaining. Fewer trees can ba(
work,
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hfirp purchased: at of the price
; ; 'copper" 'coating. New With'the generous of;the above, provld d a minimum of 25 trees
;:reception,areas and ,American peoplatheeal'"Miss : : ;; ,are ordered, ;, 'ail;
Improvements are also, America: : w.iW'ti'l| e-lifl It you are into ested''In receiving more n'' +ru

ting her torch of hope for all as information or are planning on-or*fring
she has done for .the pnst"99. some of these s settlings pl ease contact
Tucon. Arizona; elemen '
years [, "" '. your County Forester's office at 964-M80,
( : school children staged a extension 219.An;'questions you may have
: ,<. Liberty Run with' Contributions to, he/A/ make concerning seedlings or any other forestry;;
("raising 'more .'than' I this dream come true .m ay be problem you are concerned with' could be.

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'Colleen Elaine Place of Jacksonville and the !
scalloped chapel length train
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Betty Jean Parrlsh with pleated chiffon ruffle was
of Nashville of Tn. and Michael David bordered by Venice silk lace. The Gladys'Mooty Society Editor, 967608 :
Finley Jacksonville and Lawtey, gown also featured a sweetheart
Mr. and Mrt. Harold E. Finley neckline and back waistline. .
of Lawtey, were united in marriage Her white drop. secured at ; l ,I .. :
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Hill p.m. headpiece of white roses and baby's : : :'/ 'if' r r I; I (" ,', ;' :
Baptist Church,Jacksonville, breath decorated with seed pearls. I j' i )'
with Rev' Sam W'l8n performing the
She carried a bouquet of white silk DeborahThomdsandTommyBra'dy '

nuptials. roses, stephanotis, lily-of-the-valley, .
Highlighting the altar were .- >
palms lavender and orchid sweetheart roses \ -v
baskets of silk mums, gladiolusVbirdsnest .
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candelabra fern leaves and and stock, two spiral A reception was held in the church ra;+ I Iti Marry June 16 in. Home Ceremony "
trinity candle. :
Fellowship hall which was ,
Presenting;< a program of, nuptial highlighted with palms and baskets of '. ,"
music, .were Mrs. Karen Gross silk mums, gladiolus, and stock. Mrs. Deborah Lynn Thomas daughter of gowns. The maid of honor carried a nosegay cascade bouquet of pink: and .""
soloist.W organist. and Mrs Linda Gurganious Laura Doyle kept the guest book, N.D, Thomas 'and .the late Edna' long stemmed ,pink rose.; trimmed blue' roses, white carnations;: and
Centering the bride s table was a 'Thomas of Starke, and Tommy A. with small pink daisies and pink silk White daisies, trimmed with pink: and
Harry Doyle served as best: four-tiered wedding cake decorated, Brady, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy -< streamers. The flower girl carried a blue silk streamers. .
man. Ushers were Guillermo with lavender roses and topped with a I A. Brady Sr. of White Springs, basket of small pink and blue roses A reception was held after the nup..
Villalobos, Edguardo Morales and ceramic bride and groom. On either were united in marriage June 10 at 3Km. and baby's breath with pink and blue tials. The bride's table wa".,covered
Stanley Pilinski. side were two candleabras decorated : at the home of Mr. and Mrt. Ellis silk streamers. with a white lace tablecloth, centered
Miss Charlene Elizabeth parrish' with .sprengeri, fern orchid RehberR of Starke with a two-tiered wedding cake trim
sister of the bride attended as maidof miniature roses and lavender silk Given in marriage by ,her uncle, med with pink and blue roses cake
-' She wore a orchid gown with wild flowers. Charlene Parrlsh and Randy Thomas brother of, the Ellis; Rehberg, the bride wore a floor and punch were served by Betty Harris
sweetheart neckline of polyester point Vicky Sizer cut the cake. bride, served as best mane .length white dotted Swiss gown with a Frances Rehberg and Cindy
d'esprit! lace, lined in acetate taffeta, The punch table Was centered with. '1 Susan Smith served as maid of high!. sheer and lace ruffled neckline Thomas.
full'skirt with hemline trimmed with a punch bowl and candelabras were; honor. Candice Thomas'' served 'as with pearl buttons. Ruffled lace Following a wedding,trip to Stone
ruffles and bows, slightly raised waist decorated similar to the bride's table. S flower girl. They were attired Alike in sleeves and a lace ruffle were around Mountain, Georgia, the couple will
with'satin ribbon close-fitting bodice, Flowers for the church and bouqUets 'fy floor length pink and blue!floral print: ''the hem of the gown, She carried; reside at Rt. 4, Box 310,'Starke.
and, flounce trimmed sleeves. There for the bride and attendants;
w lavender rosebuds with ribbon were made by the bride's aunt Mrs. ,
accents over the hands.:She carried a Kathryn Sharon Lundy the '
Peppers. Dicandio Family Holds Reunion : I
bouquet of lavender roses and orchid bride's cousin, was director. July 1 1
sweetheart ,
rosebuds. Following a wedding trip to St. ,
Diana Devonshire, Victoria Sizeran'd Augustine and Savannah, Ga., the '
Susan Finley sister of the groom, couple is living'' in Oak Creek Apart- Dicandio- The family ,of Leon and Margaret;: roasted corn, corn on the cob rice members,, Lorenzo aW Maria Rosa
were| attendants. They ''wore gowns ments, Jacksonville ., of Starke' celebrated their pilauM. various vegetable casserole Molinari, who traveled from Italy to
similar to the maid of honor and car- The bride graduated from RobertE. family reunion on' Sunday July 1, dishes, several cold salads and chilled attend the reunion and the 95th birth
ried silk nosegays of lavender roses, Lee High School in Jacksonville with more, 'than. 130, family members, fruit, salad; 'with various desserts day party,;of Leon Dicandio,}t which
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orchid: sweetheart rosebudsand i !i was on June 22
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Given in marriage by her uncle, employed by Cigna'Corporation dio home in Starke with a Fourth of as Ohio in the United States but Georgia'and many of the southwest
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style meal Included '
chantilly lace with Venice lace ,. ,I barbecue... ribs. presence' ot two Dicandio family ,
gown E. Lee High School and will graduatein 1!" -....',ll 'I. ? ? 0'J \
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with ,silk :rose detail. The shoulders Flood and Associates,Civil Engineering. .* ."J' 1. '
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to Jay Eaves will be an event of refreshment table was covered Steer Steak House. '-? [ r: .,. .j.jt .
July'20, was honored/ two showers with i a beige polyesters cloth'and 9 1-1'1' :. >1,"' 'J" .n." 'Y'', r" ;i; '" ., ,. .'
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Nicula'Was given a lingerie shower punch and nuts were served. ;, ''. and centered with an arrangement of ,,4. 'J 'I.q. !IA:. 'I, '.' \' '. .,' ,[I
by-Misses Michelle 'Sapp and Kathy The hostesses gave the honoreealong gold silk day lilies. ,4 ct J 1 ,
GMffis and Mrs. Wade Winkler at the white and lavender gown as' a' The class gave the couple a set of.-. ,, : 'i .
home of the latter on Bessent Road. memento of the occasion. 'stainless cutlery as a memento of h'e.; \ ti. '
Games with prizes and occasion. i ,
refreshments''were enjoyed by the 15, -- Special guests included the prospective OUr ,50th i\nniversary'lbttes'

guests between the party hours which groom V grandparents, Mr. ,
included the honoree's mother, Mrs. The United Methodist Women's andMrs. L.& Early, Mrs. Octavian'' '

Ottavian.Nicula,, and, mother of the Sunday school class honored Miss Nicula,,Mrs. AJ, Eaves, ill,'and Mrs, ,
prospective groom,.Mrs. A.J, Eaves Nicula with a gadget/shower and lun- Lola Worth
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''"r IAEY Members of Madison Street Baptist' .. ,- .-, .. ,
Church enjoys showing their Johnson.,1 '
patriotism and this time of the year *
always reminds them what a great % .
country in which we all live.To show .II.OO
their patriotism, they would like to'' .
share with' you\: a musical, "I Love .
America". tit, .6M Qnti .
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musical twice this weekend: Satur ,i
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., ci this exciting event:Come on and, ..,1. \\' '..... ',,':I .11,1 '" ': i Effective( Annual VielJ ,1 it"" I

:..,; help them ,give God the glory, and, .; ,. \ '
v".. thanks for allowing all of us to live in, ,' .. .11 d. "tJ.J" I .;'.Y'l.! : .:'
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.. ,'. '. ,::,. .ltaymondTrainorTliersa therein.' ''' ',!;sr";:;. ,. .' '.:' q.', r\ ''I, Donald Sharon' Scheetl' Jr., 'lnl .. .j M",, ."I 'I' I';' 2 .. 29' 7 0 11 'O ill--" '" -'. :
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Mr, and'Mrs. Gene R. Murphy an- Class,of. ,1979... .. Told |' > ,.; ', 'L (11';1 I i 1.. : ,

'nounce the 'engagement and approaching 'Mr. ,,and ''Mrs. Clifton 'Griff is of :t1;"" .. "
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marriage of their We are having' our last meetingtWednesday Starke announce the engagement-and \ ttf fJ iiiIi' 12 .55" O.'j'
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daughter; Theresa;: to Raymond L; p.m' approaching marriage their 1"",; t ,,,',
Trainor;''son of Mrs,; Edna Trainer! Western Steer Steak House concerning daughter Sharon. Dorene, to DonaldE. t; .;:, 2,Year / 1 ,

and the.late Leo .R, Trainor,;all of the 5-Year Class Reunion. ;f scheetz Jr., all, of Starke; son of i...'" 'i Effect ive Annual! Yield "' :1",' ;"t'4 ',,"+*.
The reunion is scheduled for July 27 '
Starke Rev.'and Mrs. Donald E.-Scheetz Sr. .. ...
The "bridenxlect Is a graduate of at the Starke Golf and Country Club; Of Keystone Heights. f.m.;, ;: ':' I '
Bradford High School.and is All those interested, please tend In, The bride-elect is a 1984 graduate of '::1-j; : "
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Waterhouse or Norman, \ "'' ''I' I. 660 "
Mr. Trainor, ig::a senior at the Sherry (Is a 1981 graduate of Bradford High 'fr.T-, .."1 "
University of Florida antis employed j School and is employed by, + the. Statg of :, ,,\, Simple;Intertst '. '-
by Union Correctional Institutions Florida. ': '. '3 Year + Compounded QuiirUrljiK769

.;file wedding will take place Saturday \ A November.wedding,is planned. '; .". .: 1 1', ', Effective Annual'Yield ; '
July 14. at 7:30 p.m. in Calvary' I ,.....,..",,1c..,.,', .

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ttttheir L The refraM home on)+.t'South: tabie.held Walnut! St.threeplies '1 ",tcy at 1J9 K,y/aln.utSt,,;Starke;as Sales AanageriDesso, ,rEDEr Rla"" : <'i':" : "

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i reunion Saturday, June 16, at the National Guard Armory In Starker
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I II I I First. Row: Marshall Cloversettle. Ronnie Hall, Gerald Meng, Sheila Keith \\

Doughlery, John Clemons Danny Lee, Eugene Meng.
Second Row Brenda Holmes Starling. Charlotte Whitehead "I\
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tnl Ii Jennie Faulk, Catherine Lewis Lee. Darlene Hobbs Debbie Scott Flynn, Linda I
2 Seller Thames Becky Payne Giddens, Landa Thornton Kolstlnen, Karen
Martin, Jan Graudon Oglesby. ,
, r rA 111' 1 1t Third Row: Debbie Rich Traylor, Pam Rayburn. Sandra Ebling Alvarez!
I } Sandra Ilazen Edwards Joy Andrews McKay Mary persall,Martha Struth,
Susan Milliard Bennett, Marjorie Denman Debbie Shuford Myers, Kathy :
i I Casey Hobbs Robin Tensler Warren, Debra Vickery Chlsm. '. '
Fourth Row; Sandra Sheppard Sanders, David Eunice Stuart Strickland 'I
Bette Hodges Brown. Sally Meng Scogglns, Ann Starling Starling, Debbie I
1 l Vj D Napier Arwood, Susan Faulkner, Charles Dalton Lucinda Cruise'Grlffis I
Linda Buckley Thomas, Ilene McDougal Larry Oglesby. '; '
: Fifth Row: Blanche Peterson. Carol Dean Wise. Theresa Herndon, Karen
Grlffis Sue Fill McCLellan Cindy Brown Grlffis. Joe Gordon Jimmy
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4d i Cauley, Eddie Blalock, Pete Puckett, Rodney Holland Paul Parsons Jim.
1 my qi sy, Donna Prevatt Hartley.
;1J 1j.J Sixth Row: Eve Searcy, Harriet Faulkner tyuncan, Sheila Dobbs Framp-
j. ; ton Jim Frampton Donald Jackson, Steve Brown\ Paul Williams, Mike
:' O'Steen. Patty Morris Warren Linda Allen Luther Dora Gllsson Whitehead
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Mark Hodges. "
1 ) ,Back Row: Terry Hayes Marlon Dowllng Crawford Randall Crawford
,t t I S Stuart Duncan Steve Register, Donald. Loper, Randy Scoggins Jimmy'
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0.'I 4 Davis Clinton Sellers, Charles Crawford, Bruce Tucker. Jennifer Haas Sally I
Torode Patrick Cindy McLeod. i 1
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Miss of Mr and Mrs. Tom Casey, Mr. and Friends of Mrs. Mamie Lou Ed-
Sue. Morris Beverly, Ky Dr and Mrs. RE. Dopson and
Mrs. Herbert Herres attended the
and Col. and Mrs C.L. Landon and Mrs. Lee Casey and Mr. and Mrs. wards will regret to hear she is a patient children, Chris and Cara, attended a
TELE Conference for Merle Norman
1 Mrs. C.F. Bowers is returning to daughter of Bowling Green. Ohio Johnny Hobbs and children spent In Bradford Hospital following. a cookout for the Jacksonville Frater
Fort Lauderdale Friday after three Cosmetics in Tampa June 24. were guests several days last week of June 23-26 at the World's Fair In. New stroke last Thursday. nal Order of Firemen given at' the

f, months visit with her daughter, Mrs. Michael Miller of Daytona Beach Mr. and Mrs. S,G. Denmark Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. R:0. Dansby have had home of his, parents, Chief Robby
R.G. Paterson, and family. as guests Mrs. Louise McFadden of and wife Janet
returned home last Thursday after 10 Dopson on Saturday
Len Eaves is at Fort McClellan,
\ days visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Mr and Mrs. AV Thomas of Mobile, Ala. Friday to Tuesday of last in East Palatka. Dr. Dopson'a father
Ala for Weeks
Michael Clark of Madisonville. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Verl Best and Mobile, Ala are guests for several eight bash training week and Dr, and Mrs. Mickey is a retired chief of the JacksonvilleFire
I Tenn., spent two days last week with grandparents, Mr. and Mrs S.M days this week of Mr and Mrs. L.C with the National Guard, Dansby and family. of. Prattsville Department.IEAGLEI ,

the W.A. Stern family. Miller. Early. .__'_ Ala for 10 davs. .


I Mrs. Fred Thursday Thomson to of Saturday Tallahasseewill with Barney McRae and Mrs. Cary Naz- Wednesday, July 4, i '

spend and will take worth and sons visited Mr. and Mrs. NEW LOW Thursday July 5
Mrs. W.H. Thomson ,
Ira Wells at Santa Rosa Island June I I ]
home her son, Todd last, who has. been 16-23. Also there were Mrs. Wells' PRICES Friday July 6,
here since Friday.Mr. '
visiting children, Mr. and Mrs. Mark 106 Saturday July 7.1984IOPEN

and Mrs. Frank Stearns of Crawford and two children of
I .Climax Mich. and Mr. and Mrs. Clarksburg, Tenn., Mrs. Bobby
of Richmond Crawford and daughter of Pro-
Henson and two sons
Jerry, Mich spent last Tuesday to vidence, Mr. and Mrs Steve JULY 4th-9to9 r .,
Crawford of Pensacola and Mrs.
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Homer ; ;
Beverly Lewis and two sons of
Stearns. Gainesville.! ; .
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(, Norman Out-of-town family guests reunion attending June 24 at the the Mr. and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook, ;

Tulhe Norman home were: Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hardenbrook, 4.DAVS" :1 l
'i I Mrs. Darrell Edwards of Tampa Mr. Mrs. Gary Bakken' Mr. and Mrs. :
i and Mrs. Jerry Dixon and sons of Harry Green and daughter, Eoline
and Mr. and Mrs. Bakken
Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. Sonny An- Joseph
spent last week at St. Augustine
drews and son and Mr. and 'Mrs. "
Bryan Nazworth of Brooker, Mr. and Beach.
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: Mrs. Sidney Emmanuel of DeBary r tLi yL 4 r
and Mrs. Carolyn Gundlach and two Mrs Francis Merle and Mrs. W.H.. 1 1'
i Thomson visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred .
\ sons of Jacksonville. Thomson In Tallahassee last Friday

night and brought back Mrs. Thom '

Results at Duplicate Bridge June 26 son's grandson, Todd,. for a weeks
a were: first Mr. and Mrs. Jack visit. :
i Burnett; second Lucile Green and : it
t Marjorie Thomson; third Lora Fran- Miss Lillian Stump attended the Ba
cis and Evonne Rlchmann. reunion of the 24th Evacuation
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Hospital Unit in Columbus Ohl u a.i'
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Wednesday to Saturday"'guest Of her Returning'' homed last 4 fnursday

daughter, Mrs. George Flynn,Jr. and after a nine-day tour with the
family. American Institute of Foreign Study
in England and France were: Terri
Smith, Curtis Green Lex Sanders, I 3

Lrrr' Or. 'h> of rry visited his Brooke Williams Kay Allen. Tracy LADIES TANK TOPS SWISS ARMY HIRTS,
uncle and aunt, !Mr and Mrs. R.O. Clark, Chuck Goodowns Kim Brown, Pory/coinm Man u e
Dansby off and on while in training Lori Clark, Tracie Clark, Michelle and tide lie Iddp1Nlcpp w 100N

t" with the National Guard at Camp Stilwell. Lisa Reddish, Debra Green, AatedaatMt'
Blanding the past two weeks. Linda Smith and Dimple Overstreet, 793DIM 1763 4488 88 10 C:

\ Also on the tour were Wanda Smith, fosse ua
Brenda Bawek and Mr; and Mrs. Joe CANVAS TYPE FOLDING CHAIR 20" BOX FAN 35 LB.NTN LADIES'SHOUTS MEN'S LCVI'S JEANSWanam
t Dey who remained in Europe for ChooM thla CHLORINE '
,' Ughtw.Ightmulti. 2-apaadlan Ladlaa' Famoua Maker atyto cotton twill
Pvt. Tom L. Pierce several days longer visiting and sightseeing color Wi.''''tram. with plastic grill and blade. SU granular chlorine anorta In poly/cottonnds. a pooka a ...
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Army Training Center at Fort. :
Leonard Wood, Mo. HERITAGETour I.. e "rt
During the course, students were
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bridge building camouflage and
demolition. They also received Instruction France .
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Hampton announce the birth of a son ij i\\ : '
Jeffrey Lee born June 27 at Shand's i .
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;: joins a brother Jason Lovell age 3. iiB 5i:
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Mrs. W.A. Prevatt of Hampton. '...

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p Jennifer Michelle Mollerup Historic BRUSSELS; incomparable Rag Up To 2.77 Din PrjcaSUNGLASSES WASH Reg t97,14T Rag. 9a ... DiM. PrkiMg.2.47
City or Light, PARIS; peaceful ENGINE CLEANERS BATH TOWELS EAGLE MOTOR OIL S U.PACE TABLETS LEVI'S SHORT t-MCK TUM SOCK
.' J Mr. and Mrs. Dale A. Mollerup of MONTREUX and the serenity' of Gumoul spray or liquid Man's, wrm.e'1 qort.d, Lbaunaw colt cotton NO 30 at NO 40W nor Concantrattng. pool cMo- Boya'poly/cotton wU.n'a... .boys Ua '..
the birth of earburator cl.an.r nytes. ,towel.in solid cotor. datargant motor on la high rIn.II"III.to..r.1n giant luilc waiaiewxl.. .. tuba .with
Starke a .the'Swiss.
announce Alps; Tyrolean tradition haal.raalatant 1 quart an tin. pockata.8-XL. drtp.WP.ekap.eaSJ ,
I daughter. Jennifer Michelle, born of INNSBRUCK; singing bells of,
I June 22 in Alachua General Hospital. SALZBURG; Glittering MUNICH; YOUIK j
She joins a brother Christopher! age the romantic; Rhine River Valley.and I CHOICE y J
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,mt',|f Memphis Mrs. W.I. Miller of Cedar Key. Great ObcrammefqauPassion 1 I ii I

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Dan C. Andrews of Memphis, Tenn.

and Norman S. Mollerup of N, Little TIM performance oTthe PASSION PLAY t 4, :MZ 'M i I
01 Rock, Ark. Great grandfather isrf 'celebrate 350 years of faithful ,: Richard Mollerup of N. Little Rod You will never forget your vlih to quaint and ,
/ colorful OBERAMMFRGAU where the .
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Send this coupon today' for'your 2.5 oz Reg. eplce, or musk, Reg. i,1] 1a36, 7t01 I (,/ 2.. ,, .t
i Mr. and Mrs. Roger Allen Redding day-by-day itinerary brochure. Save M% Johnson'i Swabs,zoo ct.*? To 2x7 \aI R.g'i 7)' tins, LJp1i 1.07 ..". ......iJ11 .J,
.,JJB,!:|,, Siv of Lawtey announce the birth of a ,,,}r-A John H: Dux: -|phon;;7l I Rep. 3.18.. ..,.it,. Rq NATTSRNS ua LKMNOCHLOMNCEagK AIRMATTMSMSCheeaa: itAG'SAIOALt' '.....e 5j,4 Q;
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George C.1 ady. Announces! Ihtenti


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State Rep George Crady D.Yulee, campaign in Union County. I Committees Accomplishments of which Rep. $mOUO to build a county healUfcllnic
announced July 2. for reelection Rep. Crady has served in the In the past Rep. Crady has been a Crady is most proud:' in Yulee
to MondaYi orlda Ilojuse of Legislature since first being electedin member of the Corrections Committee Providing more revenue for -Working a bill to help the Baker
J Representatives, District 13. 1977. "1 have enjoyed serving the and was chairman of the Probation Baker, Bradford, and(Union counties County School Board with an
Dist. 13 includes Nassau baker people in my district for the past and Parole Subcommittee. "Dur by sponsoring and passing !the Prison emergency roofing problem.
Union and parts of Bradiro d and seven years," Crady says. "I believe ing my service on the Corrections Impact Bill. i '
Duval counties The portion of Bradford my conservative, common sense ap Committee we addressed many problems -Leading the fight :to save the NE
County in Dist 13 is from US-301 proach to government is what the people that had been ignored for Florida State Hospital' in Macclenny Passing a bill that will allow senior
west, plus all of Starke except,the NE of this district want. I am looking years," Crady says. "I am quite by removing the So.ooo and all citizens to hunt, and fish in Georgia
corner. All of the City of Lawtey Is In forward to serving them in the years pleased with what we have been able language relating to the phase-out of without charge if the ,Georgia
Dist 21. ahead. I to accomplish in upgrading the a state mental hospital from the Appropriations Legislature pjSBe$a similar law.
In making his re-election announcement Currently, Rep. Crady is' vice- prestige and pay of our correctional Bill > 'Helping the City of Lake Butler geta
Rep. Crady named Bob Spr chairman of' the Natural Resources officers Keeping the Welcome Stations and grant to start a summer. recreation
inger of Yulee as overall cajnpaign Committee and, a member of the "I have been accessible,fair and effective the Employment Office In Nassau .program. ( ',,t" ,
manager. Bob Milner will be rady's powerful Rules and Calendar.Com. '. in my service to the people of County from being,I closed, by. the .-Repeal olaGeorgis hunting 'law 1
Bradford County campaign manager mittee. He also serves on thei,J. this district. I am very proud of my Governor. j/ that restricted Florida hunters' from
and Jimmy Whitehead will head the Agriculture! and Veterans Affairs success in the Legislature. Fighting ;,for an t appropriation of hunting Georgia. ?.. ', i'h" (I', '
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Rep. George Crady

Seeks Re-Election
To FL House Dist 13

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Waters to Run \

F4 Save up to 5O%' unadvertised-; specials

I For ]Dist. 5 SeatWilbur P'l1I1I ." 1N M"11I-41:

'WE'RE THERE WHEN GILLETTE TUNIS. :' ,1i' .'IRISH' SPRING{ ,
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And regardless' of when you shop there'snP! }! ..-t.; l 88 2 Fort ,: :

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L. Waters, 35, of Starke an- "
nounced: Tuesday, July 3, his can II r SUNBLOCK or :. -
didacy for the District 5 seat on the KODAK '
Bradford County Commission. COPPERTONE I SUNSCREEN'r) "
Waters, a Bradford County native, '. "COLOR PRINT
served as a city commissioner for the SUNTAN LOTION I DRY ROASTEDPEANUTS "' '
City of Starke from 1976- 1980.Waters I I t. COKE. DIET COKE. RLAfl, .
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Is cutre lyctJalrman Wi the of the}Advisory d-UnUniod LOTION,;...<, ,'.:, '.. : Comparetcl': .''.J' i SPRITE, .Or'TAB rouicHn4a.: n' >' .; i4'f! !'\ -,
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Waters is married to the former Oil sLOTtor.w. ...?.."189
Kay Colson of Starke.: They have two
children: Deanna, 13>, and Matt, 8.
Waters the son' of Mr. and Mrs. .
James Waters of Lawtey,is president ASCRIPTIN 'SIC D-CON CHAR-BROILB ......r
of W.W. Wood Chipping, Inc DISPOSABLE -- DELUXE DUAL-BURNER '- '
Incumbent in Dist 5 is Commissioner TABLETS SHOP ANYONE'SAD HOUSE &GARDEN! -1!
Homer Hart. OTTU OP.100 '.. .. LIGHTERS BUG KILLER;' GAS GRILL I

\ : '! ..;'I: .MKU.IS...w.... AT: ECKERD 12-OZ.. R.fl.,... ,. tm. .r123ee. ./" :jo,d'
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Clower Album j
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Limit FOR"RUN""" 2 j.gge,' \ prices on 159"CHARBROIL '

Now' WN 1 I identical I mere h an d'I''
On Sale .Limit 2 i ; I'-

Bring in any current quAL.....-.aURNERWISCanL.. ......._11..t. ,

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A 100-record limited edition of .

Feb."Stark 11 in R Stare"by the'Jerry album Clower recorded, is STYLE HAIR SPRAY .1 ENJOLI" VINYL STRAP&ALUMINUM FASO : : WARING 14SPEEDBLENDOR I

on sale at the Chamber of Commerce, / COLOGNE LAWN FURNITURE 'ENERi ( !'
corner of Walnut and Madison Streetsin 9-O;.STVMl ... LKJHTMIST811oa. :' ..IL-112-ate1.sass. i
Starke; phone 964-5278. / 99C UrnTtl i i CHAIR eg.38.99 1OQM-oz. -, ? 24.99 sak was
The special albums come with a "Reg..tooSCREAMING +wa, 'M i "5.0O
sticker autographed by Jerry Clower 99 I I Malllncebafe t,
from,.Yazoo, Mississippi, and sell for s ? PLASTICTUBULAR 19.99vowniil con'''
$9.43, tax included. Each year Clower A "
CHAISE HANGERS
chooses a small town in which to '
record his album. This Is Clower's HYDROGENPEROXIDE YELLOW Reams Reg.raca ; GRAN PRIX AM
14th album. ZONKERS or l I' POCKET RADIO
The album was recorded in the i Z99 -1 0 : ? HEADPHONES _
auditorium of Bradford High School I rl limit FIDOLHFAOOLEK FOR?) ,-'" ,I;. 'p .. ...sea
and mentions Starke,several times .' 'f'< ,.1'r \\ 499.220.
,throughout the album: The PM 59..to... CHWCHAISEtir'. .._ ...44.99 ARMOR ALL i _
Magazine segment recorded while : ; PROTECTANT10OZ.RCO.S.M' '",;. .
Clower was here sold nationally and 18-INCH TATUNG --. y........
was aired on 67 TV,stations around JOHNSON ft JOHNSON 4.99 Sato' Prict,. 12 t 360" "
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the Starke's country.own J.K. Jim) Lawson Is Of BUTLER I Gib' GftiLL -*1.00 M.ill In EJHMtg I,.,,' ROTATOR FAN ,
the'voice giving the introduction on I DENTAL FLOSS ; 41 IUA ir :, 3.99! rewellwnte. :5 99 "BFBUIRcg.39.S9t.
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! ,f.1 There are 85 articles in this year's voter registration procedures. I called. y:" ; i each counter should call out the lame"
: issues of Student AciMvitt" magazine, One student calls out the names number of votes, which is then writ
_' ; and only three of those were written Procedures for Election marked;! on each ballot, while,another ten on the master tally sheet. ';
, by high school students. The student presents his or her student looks over the first student'sshoulder Each candidate may come and bring
I Bradford High's Lenore Welty voter registration card to ensure that the ballots are ({ one observer to watch the ballots
at marked properly and that the being counted. When completed, :all .' .
wrote one of the three articles, a very The student council elections offalthen correct
,, proud Student Council Advisor Ron- punches the number ("1" names are called. > ballots, tally sheets, and petitions ire .,'I
ney Harris, told Tfc* TWwroph.' It's a for first election,proper'2' for second elec- Thre. other students hold tally put together in an envelope and stored "t,,1
unique honor for a high school student tion or run-off, etc.), This prevents sheets. Each marks a "1" next to the for two years in the student council office ';: ,.;''
name that is called. When a name is for possible future reference.
to be published in a magazine in students from voting more than once I.t
which college professors and high in an election. The elections official called out for the fifth time, a This sytem provides Bradford >,1,
diagonal line is marked students with an understanding of the
through the
school administrators and supervisory hands a ballot to the student who
the main contributors marks It preceding four marks and each democratic electoral process. The I'fIr.I.\I'"'',
personnel are and drops it in the ballot box. first voter '> >:! !
points out BHS Instructor counter calls out "mark. As long as year registration was instituted -
Harris. BallotsAll all three counters call out "mark," 49 percent of the student 1
Miss Welty credits Harris with Counting it's easy to correct the mistake immediately body registered, and the second year .1 I i
ballots are counted publicly at a 60 The I \ ,
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her with ideas for the article
helping location known to the student body. After all the ballots have been call- cll s goal for this year is 70 percent, &. ..
entitled"It's Election Time, and explaining '
Five students plus the student council ed out;each counter tallies his or her which the students feel Is possible .. ,,
the BHS election I
process advisor are needed to observe to ensure with the student '., I
sheet and puts the total number of body's increasing I1lriI.ot.
: and credits her mom, Pat (Mrs.
that the ballots are marked pro- votes beside each name on the tally awareness of the Importance Of voter kr
Richard) Welty with helping her type. .
perly and that the correct names are sheet. As the registration. J ;
., Otherwise, it's Lenore's article .names are called out, 'g.\i: /IA

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.'I I Miss Welty, 17,Is the Incoming BHS I I

).i 1 student the Florida body Senate president for Sen.and Bill page Grant in PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY JULY 5 THRU WEDNESDAY, JULY 111984.' QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED.

i'1! this spring. She also Is vice-president n .
of the Student Council this year and .
I chairperson of the Elections Commit- :
r.1 I tee, and was sophomore class president "If
I last year; i'LJi: ) npe, re41.Chemes : :

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,, The elections process at BHS is just
like the real thing for adults, in-
cluding registering students, started
when Lenore was a freshman study j" '.
R body senator. In 1981 the process was \
new and only 49 percent; of the BHS I
student body registered to vote. By
1982 the students were more familiar ,
",I. with the process and 60 percent are your :;
:" registered to vote. This year that Im-. %
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;
proved to 63 percent. : 1 >',
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Bradford High that student elections log. .; .' .ti:
i should serve as training for voting as

l adults. The public-like elections, including *
i ballots, are described in the
i, article, called "Student Council ,,'* r you'llluv'

,"l i flection' Tim, reprinted here: ), *

Are your student, elections
j democratic? .
Are the elections designed to promote '
I i '. an understanding of the v S .
'1 democratic process? 74 SQ. FT.
I''. Are the students involved in the

elections These are process some? of the questionsthat L a Hi-Dri
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: the Bradford US Student Council ;

j (Starke, Fla.) had to answer regarding sFryer' 3 gt'
its student government elections. '' ''
''WHOL; ". U.SDA: GRADE A DECORATEDOR
.
r Three the student
;, years ago
I, government elections at Bradford ,' EARTH TONE UMIT.2WrTHA$7.50
a: were run by the school: administration. \ a:'; C OR MORE FOOD ORDER.

Voting was done in the ;
I classroom, during class time, 'with Le S WITH 48"
the ballots being counted by the 9 BACKS PAPER
I" schoolstaft Northern Napkins . COUNT .69.
It was determined by the student FAMILY SIZE PACKAGE GRAPE ORANGE OR

j I council that this process did little to Hi-C Fruit Punch : . PAK'. .69
i I teach students about leadership and PANTRV PRIDE :."j
did not foster an awareness of the true US.DA. TOP CHOICE.
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election process. In addition, the student ,. Bnls.. Bottom .. : ,":"* .,
t council concluded that having .$ REGULAR SMOKED OR HOT nwww j'i
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the administration the elections i'"R: J59. KrafJ ear-8 a """eoz..89
run ..
r: was a financial burden to the school. '; OUD I J"" ..PANTRY PRIDE 7AOZ UP If CHIP'r OR',4R4 REGULAR .. ...". .

j Bradford's student council set out LB
\ to come up with a more realistic election Roast' PotatoChlps . . MZ .69
I that would include 'T ro'
voter
process
I registration. ,. US.DJTOPCHOICE. Del Monte Catsup . 'm .99
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COOKED BREADED-BEEF,PORK OR CHUCK WAGON .Bnls. Whole $ 39 A REGULAR& W OR SUGAR Root FREE Beer . 1 z .PACK'CAN 1.59

On-Cor Patties sir}.a .'' La.99 Eye Round 2 ITAUAH,1000 1llLAN0OR FRENCH .

; Getting Organized SLICED FAMILY SIZE PKO. Roast'La Wishbone Dressings ... '. .77
I Dates were set for voter registration LBi.39 .
which lasts one week. The student Market Style Bacon ,.. PANTRY PRIDE

body is given notice of the SMOKED OR POLISH ..' TomatoSauc . 5. oz.2.00Hilishire
t' registration dates at least one Week In Sausage . LB2.19 U.S.DATOP QUALITY VAN CAMPPork '&
advance as well as the times, placesof PURE BEEF Sliced' & Beans.3 'CAN 1.19

registration, and the importance of J.K. Brand! Burgers.U&OA .a 4.99 $159 ASSORTED FLAVORSFaygo

,. registration.The faculty. is also informed of TOP CHOICE Quarter Diet Sodas 4.'x..1.00Ground

registration in advance so that they Round ir a LB1..99 Pork Loin La' BROWN POAIa8EANSMOLI.ASSESOR"I "

can encourage students to par U.&DATOPCHOICEBEEP Ubby*S VEGETARIAN BEANS . CAN ..39

ticipate. Bnls. Rump Roast . .2.69 a PACK -.'\ "

A registration schedule assigns two HICKORY' SMOKED CENTER CUT LAND FROST CrackerJacks. . . . .69
student council members to serve as Smoked Ham Slices Z'o ml ,39 REO.SPAGHETTI PLAIN MEAT MUSHROOM .'' '. ,
at each station the
registrars Smoked
during Bnls.
week The elections committee PUSH PORK Ragu Sauce .' aozHOMESTYU .59

: chairperson has the responsibility of Old Town Sausage "ROU .89 'Turkey. SPAGHETTI.PLAIN.MEAT MUSHROOM ,,,, :'

setting up the work schedule and giv- SLICED Ragu Sauce . . ., ? 320Z .59
ing it to the council members several LB '
Ham '

Armour Star Bacon NOI1a .79 LEMON-LIME ORANGE!OR FRUIT PUNCH
days prior to the start of registration.The .
chairperson stresses the Impor- Gatorade . . .' &'oz .99

tance of every member showing up at USDA
Whole Beef sic 2
the appointed time. If possible, the TOPCHOICE 39 Flag .' . COUNT .99

chairperson should not assign herselfto $1 : ,; .
work at any station.She needs to be ,
'I f free to check each station and fill in Bottom Rounds CUT
,
r' where necessary since some students . WRAPPEDf. REE ,..
will be absent or will forget to show
up
for work. . Ifa? Alfred
Voter registration takes place Mon-
day through Friday before school, RichardsonWon
during lunch, and after school. The IN STORE DELI/BAKERY DAIRY/DELI
elections committee is responsible for "'
setting up the registration stations NOT AVAILABLE AT'ALL STORES

with tables, chairs,and identification ,
PANTRY PRIDECream
posters materials, and getting prepared.voter, registration CATERERS HALF POUND. Cheese 79 I $15OOQAt

t WHITE PANTRY PRIDE;ORATED CHEESE ,
$ Parmesan Romano :. a.. 2:19" At'. Pantry Pride

Registration Procedure Turkey 199 cottage 1.89 IN OUR GRAND
;I' CheeseMARQARtNt . : :
Prior to the first day of registration, Breast
materials should be set up Including i a .59 BINGO. SWEEP -
t registration certificates, ballpointpens Kraft's Parkay' . .' .

and a copy of each class rolL STAKES DRAWINGS! ;.
Y Each day at the scheduled time, Borden ,
3 registrars pick up their assigned box STORB SLICED '
I, of materials at the student council office Boiled Ham . '. . HAt '1.19 SUCEri AMERICAN 12-oZ. PKG4 .
then to their assigned station SINGLES.' ,
go OCD FASHION .....
and set up for registration. German Style Bologna""!:! .99 Cheese '$179 '
Whan a student arrives to register, : '. 1 t'wni I .'
the registrar asks the student's name TWO VEGETABLES a A ROLL Food,. '.., ___ "

,. and grade and then checks the class Pork. Chop Dinner(BREADED) 1.99LEMON '.u '..", 1 TANG 1
roll to ensure proper registration.,The SUPREMECoconut! T IMPERIAL I
'
the registrar registration fills in certificate the information, has the on Cake, . . 2.99 ,LANbO'. ""FRbsi'. Mix oR' MATo t MARGARINE WHIPPED I I ,DRINK BREAKFAST I''

.of. MELTAWAY SlicedChipped. 2.s.oZ. F'KG. _. i 1 ., t.
student sign the card,marks the date, .s' ONE LB,TUB 26.4OZ
'SBtl signs or initials it in the proper Bavarian Coffee Cake 1.79: I I
I PER ITEM LIMIT 1 COUPON PER ITEM
I' blanks. The registrar then tears off FRESH BAKED.' $ GOOO LIMIT TMHU COUPON WEDNESDAY, I I OOOO THRU WEDNESDAY, t

'the bottom card, hands a carbon copy Pound Cake '. ..l., . 1.29 Meats .5', 0 J99' L w..wwwwwwww JULY 11. I9B* J L.wrrwwnr JULY If,1994
i to the student, and files the original. VAPIETieS R -
When it's time to return to class the ASTO: .

: registrar returns the box of materials ARMOUR STA*. I'Jft1 I,
,f to. the student council office. \' ; SkintMts .Franks . .PK a".1.5,9"; I u OFF '., kFRESHAKEO' OFF '
Originals are kept on file as proof of 1&OZLOA t
the student's registration in case of 1U1'I I!i
Louirl 1IIIOI1... > u. r! ;
loss.The ItalianBread .. I SALTED I 'I. ICE, It
student council AMERICAN OUAUrfLykfilo -
provides' two I I '
69 d Ham . Sg 2.40' BUTTER MILK n
day of make-up registration pi fur to I. I I' ;
elections. In the spring, only those .;' ;.g 1,. { LBQUARTERS.; HMJP GALLON 't ,
'
students who enrolled in school after'' $ ",j.nd ......., ,1-1, .'' I .1 :IJMITt: xXnw+aEr+tmot' { .1 t I.f. CiMrr'l'.COUPON PER ITEM. ,,11
f" r OOOO THAUweONl SDA't. Itt GCOOTHAJWlIDNESOA'l"' 1 '
registration week or who were absent "
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..;, JULY 'IiI>4 JULY ii. lEt '
the entire week of registration, are L ww-rr.wr-iw, J. ww.rw..r..-..,.--J".

permitted to register. Arrangements r V,:'I,.t,',(,:f STARKE" 430 WEST,MADISON,STREET .' ?'I'
are made with the school counselorsor : : : I f' :: ,

registrar to notify new students of ;. "I I :.j"M':
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I 9i xatee q 'Qft,025.Ea:: D Straights 1 Bradford, High; School ,. ; I


ber wn,Bradford Justus bercent, of the 1,023 basic functional math, and chorl.i t. 'I.,' Science It, clIegJ) algebra:, arid '. '-'
math
High School stu- Michelle Klmutis, daughter of Mr. trigonometry, and comparative standard English 10, and Mrs. Dan Foster of Starke. Miss Anna Marie Ward daughter of Mr.
body earned straight-A's for the and Mrs. Edward Klmutis of Starke political systems. physical education.Rita Foster was enrolled in algebra I-A. and Mrs. Fred Ward of Lawt y. Miss
x-weeks
ending June 7. and the valedictorian of the Class of Richardson, daughter of Mr. standard English 9, and physical Ward was enrolled In modern seien-
more students,or 14.6 percent of 1984. Miss Klmutis was enrolled In Advanced Juniors: and Mrs Allen Lee Richardson of education/life management skills. tIDe methods, algebra I, and physical
tudent body, earned A's and B's Melrose. Miss Richardson was enrolled Sherri education/life skills.
Harrell management
American daughter of Mr. and
laces on the A-B honor history and govern- Dawn Scott, daughter of Mr. and in Spanish I, education
roll.U1' physical Mrs. William Pamela WUllngham, of
ment, Spanish II, college algebra and Mrs. Jimmie Scott of Miss Harrell of Brooker. daughter
seniors, 2 juniors, 2 trigonometry, and advanced English Scott enrolled Lawtey. and biology 1.Freshmen. Miss Harrell was enrolled in In stan Mrs. Mary S. WUUnghara Brooker.
in
mores, and 8 freshmen earned 12 science was advanced computer dard English 9, algebra I, and Miss WUlingham was enrolled In stan
I, American
grsA41 Sop homoresaaind 34 Catherine Roach, daughter 'of Mr. and and history : Spanish I.Wendy dard American government, algebra
government,
47 and Mrs. Kenneth Roach and geometry. Stephen Akridge, son of Mr. and Hsieh, daughter of Mr. and I-A, and chorus. ,
Wendy Sullivan, daughter of Mr.
amen earned places,on the ABr Mrs. Emmett of Starke..
a Mrs.
salutatorian of the Class of 1984,was and Mrs. Curtis Edward Sullivan of enrolled John Hsieh of Starke Miss Hsieh
roll.
enrolled in chemistry I, computer Starke. Miss Sullivan enrolled in Akridge was in standard Was enrolled in standard English 9. The 150 student earning A'* and

alght-A science II, college, algebra ,and algebra II, Spanish II was, anatomy and American government,algebra I, and standard American government, andart B's are, by grade:
students
by grade, are: trigonometry, and comparative physical education. I.
political systems. physiology, and beginning typing. \' Vicki Crockrell, daughter of Mr. Melissa Miller, daughter of Mr.and Seniors : Jason Bennett,

ilors: Julee Wise, daughter of Mr. and Sophomores: and Mrs. Horace Crockrell of Starke. Mrs. James, L. Miller of Brooker. Theodore Bresee, Andy Chaff, Monl-
aron Griffis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wise of Starke, was standard! Miss Miller was enrolled in algebra I, que Chandler, Myra Cummings, !
Clifton Griffis of Starke. Miss enrolled in advanced American Lorena Miller, daughter of Mr.and modern scientific methods, and Roger Dobbs, Angela Epps, Brian
fls was enrolled in family living, history and Mrs. James L. Miller of Brooker. i>," I-A, and careers. physical education/life management .,Gowens Mamie, Hutchlnson, Robin
government, ,
computer
1 .. Miss Miller enrolled in functional'
',., ," ,.. was Carrie Foster. daughter of Mr. and skllJs.r Jefferson, Levah Jenkins 'Carlton
.' J f.,, \ Johnson., Michael. Jolley, Eric Lane,

___m __. Calvin l.ee" George Levasser, Anne
--- < Loper Steve Marshall, Daniel Mar

tin, Alan McKinney, Laura McKinney -
,Martha Murphy, Michael O'Con-
r- nell, lana Pollard, Kevin Russell,
,. Elaine Searcy, Patricia Slocum, Anthony

." .' ,. .' Williams.

" .' .' FIRST OF THE SEASON Juniors: Skip Abdulla, Kay
Allen, Tracy Baez, Mark Barber,
i'e; : NORTHWESTERN SWEET RED'r Brenda Bawek, Sarah Benefield,

: Pamela Boswell, Phillip Crews,
: Christine Dickinson!Tony Diggs Len

5 Eaves, Regina Eunice, Melissa Gay,
r sK Michael Gowens, Nancy Grider,
Large Janet Griffis, Karen Klmutis, Connie
Moody, Donna Moody; James Muse,
Becky Parrish Mylmda Plympton,
Stephanie Redding, Alan Rogers,
Curtis Sanders, Rhonda Sapp, Sue
Smith, Wendy Thomas, ponald
Thornton, Kay Watson,Lenore Welty,
Lisa Williams, Donald Wood,
Catherine Zambito.Sophomores .
Chemestr\ '

; Melissa Allen,

Kelliene Baldwin, Donna Barker.
Amy Benson, Sue Blackburn, Robert
Boswell, Elena Bowen Amy ,Clark,
Trade Clark, Venus Doughman, Ray
mond Faircloth Audrie Forsyth,Bar.
barella Gonzalez, Cheat Green, John
...
PER POUND
.','M'> Green, Polly Griffis .;Edward, Hall,
Tina Harris, James Hayes, Lynn
Holtzendorf, Reginald Jackson Nancy -
.' Musselmans 64OZJARf Jakab, Clinton Jenkins, >Lorrie
., ,
: .., King, Tricia Lawson, Jimmy
;" Loiacano, Karen Martin, Tonja Me-
1J(4- "A I'e Cloud, Simon Mitchell Jill Moore
;
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1 : 19
fc, : t Paul Moore; Tammy Odom, Marlene
: .Juice 1 ,O'Steen, Marla Reddish, Stacey Red
; :: dish, George Ricks, Nancy' Shuford,

'.<<%',,-' : t Michelle' Watkins, Ella Williams,
.Cynthia! Winkler.Freshmen.

I.. ,4, '. .
1 Bobby Adams
M ,
OLD FASHIONED .4. Kristin Alday Barbara : Balkcom,

Kool Aid . . . TWO' OTS,' ..*f O 'Martha Barber, David 'Barnes,
Robert'' Barnes; Lisa! Blalock; Joel
f :DOl PeR POUND PER FOUND
.r' '' Brewer, Snilynn Chaff, Charles
,
: Silver Floss Krispy Kraut ., ...99 CALIFORNIA f f. IrJt ) Coburn, Nanette Conway, Tammy'

:";. ,./..; KOSHER JUICY Covington, Deena Cox, Joseph Dixon,

June.Boy Dills . . MOZ 1.49. Large. S g California 5 9 Kelll Christopher Jo Dyal Farmer, Suzanne Angela'Dyal'Ford,,

,
41 WHOLE OR SLICEDGreen Barbara
; Plums Nectarines 'Sl aryn Ford, Green, Bradford -
Giant MUSHROOMS ,,, ,.GLASS .99 ., l Green;. Boger Green, Carplyn
VAN+CAMPS .' ;;: J"< 'I" !;r4" __ ,' i 'b'Itl Htlulird'' 'Riger9 ittrgbe Johnny .I
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Jkihes'Johnsorr
Lillian
CHOCOLATE Joiner;Myron

"?' Hershey Syrup. . . 24oZ 1.49: SH'GREEN CaliforniaBroccoli SNO WHITE $ I 49 Tonda Lewis,Robert Moore McRae Audrey Phillip Pierce,Moore Terry

'*t, '" TOMATO 8"9 Large Ragan, Lisa Rix,'Patrick Rowley,

." ;" Heinz Catsup . . +.oz I .89 CaliflowerHonda Stephanie Sams, Shaun Schmidt,

',,' f. VIENNA Stacey Shuford, Ann Starling, Tammy -

'" Ubby's Sausage . 2 CAN&OZ. .89 PER POUND EACH Thomason, Ruth Underwood,
Yolanda Walker Richard Wheeler,
"'" DIET DEUGHT .
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Gregory Wiggins, 'Angelia Williams,
Apple Sauce . . 3 ,soz1.00 Hal ,Wood. .
GreenCabbage .
WORCESTERSHIRE
17 8'9
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": French's Sauce 2 1.00 '.1
. oz
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,." MO PURPU ON OOLOCN APPLE .. Mango Lawtey News

: Juicy Juice f 4 . sot .99 . .. 1 i ,.

;., \ SPPJWCHANWFormula409 I by Elizabeth Terry
x,1.29. < phone 782-3300'
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-\\1"HAMIUJllQIIR.., ,',, : ... Church,Activities...
,' ;.' June Boy Dill Chips ', Z20Z .99 United Methodist Church will hold

.J-l t FRE8MWER. FROZEN BAKERYTotino's 'their yard sale Saturday, July 7, at

Carpet Scent. .. .. '". i c* .99 the church from 10 a.m. 'til 4 p.m.
*... w Many items will be reduced.
t. ON!
QiaSeVWater ', . .2 GAl.. 1.00 1Q.3.OtFROZEN PANTRY PRIDE :r rsonals....

/*,''. PREPRCEO SMOOTH OR CREAMY Mrs. Charlotte Rix of Hamburg,
PACK
Pizza. 8
Party
., ,JJf Peanut Butter. .. .Paoz .99 SAUSAQe: HAMBURGER,CHEese Hamburger or N.Y.surprised her brother,M.M.Jor-

/.., LAUNDRY I PEPPERONI IORCX>M8IN'TION. Hot DogBuns 'F dan,on his birthday June 23 and will.
Rinso Detergent . ncz1.99 $ 1 :visit with them for a week.
3 Mr..and Mrs. James Perialas and
I 32OZ FROZEN .
.
sons Michael end, Randall, all of
Swanson $2 Newark, Del., were'Thursday over-
night guests of Mrs. Elva Reddish.Mr. .
Fried Chicken
'. and Mrs; Clarence Courson of
f SNAP SHOTSPECIAL PANTRY PRIDE Waldo ,visited Mr. and Mrs. Don

.:. eo2' ROZE4' King Size Bread 3aO2'4 .49 Graves on Friday night.
MInute Maid ;" PANTRY PRIDEBarBQue Karen and Manuel Martinez and .
.6(5 Bread 2uoz1.19' daughter, Eugenia, returned to their
; FOR Orange Juice home in Bisbee,Arizona,on Thursday
U ''after ,a two week visit with Karen's
HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS
parents, Mr. and Mrs Robert Lee.
.w FREE2nd Pantry 10OZ FROZEN Henry Hodges and Mrs. Annie Mae
rn..I AU TYPES CONDITIONER ORW'.JUCaft1 Crews went to Wauchula. visit her
SET OF PRINTS : ., 2/89 Revlon Flex Shampoo-'150Z 1.69 son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and

FROM OUR KODACOLAR FILM AT \ SUPER UNSCENTED OR HARD TO HOLD Mrs. Wayne Crews. .

;..u TIME OF DEVELOPING AT OUR ,';' .' Style Hair Spray ', s oz .88 Mrs. Carolyn King and and children
Tiffany and Stephany, their
:
REGULAR LOW PRICE110126135
PANTRY PRIDE 100Z >oz niece, Diana Wilkison, spent Sunday
FILM ONLY; 'BroccoliSpears FROZEN LanacaneSpray . 2.99 with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.L,
JULY 1964.
THIS OFFER GOOD THRU WED.. 11, ,5 PACK Wilkison Jr. _
.:CUfIINQ TIME FRAME' :DUE TO THIS PROMOTION ft THE TWIN
IlOWME OAF JULY THE a4 HOUR PHPeSiSNa son, Peter,.returned to their home in ,

Denver Colorado, on Friday. "
; Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCarley, Jr. ;)
.. "'p and family of Jacksonville, spent d '" 4

.Saturday with their parents, Mr and ',:
5QF CASH I '1m'' 12-9Z fAN: .Mn.Jim McCarley,Sr. of Starke. .;,.:
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,., :COCA' COLA 'YOU r- "'.l i Beer;: $238 '. '- 1.8"try F lfI'n'School ;.i;':.

: ; REGULAR. OR lIGHT :V; '.N."IMkb Sh Weeks .
: .
J DIET COKE TAB, SPRITE, ,99 ,1 v .
'OR MELLO YELLO Honor Roll students for the 6th six-
ate.PIBB PLUS DEPOSn' I : weeks of school were as follows:
J 8PACK1&OZBTL,; ,wiFH' couwN I :C I ;: Kindergarten Erika ,King, Troy

I ,UWHCXJIJf'QNPER.fEM.! OOOOTHPU wea.JULY 11,1004. E i '* WI"ESWM.IICO. LaMonte, Haye ,Pad ett,. Miket
Gaskins, Michael Hardee, Charlie' '
!._-?--.-----------------J 5. : OR .ewNcO3o roatra..InMmwasrs :Crews'* Harrldelle Haile. StacylICWara "

'IMJ" ,. Dwayne Wilkinson,.-Darnell
.lO OFF' SAVE: JO CASH m. :*499 Harvey Tashemah Aaron, Milissa
... LITER Bailey, Eric Eddy,Shannon Herndon.J'arnll ,

,a.oouero.r4' ,,, Houston,,Tory Hunter Randy
I WISE! I I PEPSI COLA DIET. 1II Kilby Christine Rsnjbar, ,Brandi 1 '
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I ,' CII IIt' PEPSI, PEPSI FREEOHMT.DEW 11I \ ,QOI..DE Wllkerson.Flrttt .
=,.(J1oa; I'I Ii.m '. 'alAPEL grad<< ,* ''AI Matthew'Griffli&,,
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I &OZ8AQ tMR ".' eACH I ,L M LCH"tqr.
.. I .i criIPIJN:: ,I I YOU PAY 79'WITH, COUPON; ,I .Dt ",For tal e. 'r., I' '"' : Greg Johnson.Tina Eunice, ,Veronica
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I -. n : Teal Tile Wins Southard TournamentTeal :



9___ Tile went the distance runeach, along with a run by Woodchippers leading hitters were

undefeated to win the First Annual Vie Crews to take a 3-2 lead. Matt Hull 2-o'.J. Gaines 1-oM.

Jack Southard Roofing Softball Tournament Teal Tile scored three more runs In The Golden Glove Award went to
T last weekend In Starke. the second then the got Eddie on the Woodchipers team.

W,W. Woodchippers pulled throughthe two across the plate In, thud, to Matt bull was given the Most

11 kI losers bracket to have a final shot make the score M, Teal Tile, going Valuable Player Award with a .650
at the title, but Teal Tile won the into the fourth Inning. A run each in hitting; average

z'r' t'r championship game 15-6. both the fourth and fifth inning moved
1' the score to 8-6 going Into the sixth in TeaT Tile's tom Paladino was given
r'? ning. the most home runs award.
Nine teams, including three from Teal Tile blew It away In the Woodchippert and Teal Tile battledIt

'-_ Starke leagues participated in the seventh inning with seven runs to take out In the Starke City SoftballLeague

YI 'tournament. the game 15-6 during the season. Teal Tile
f The Woodchippers scored two runs Teal Tile leading hitters had a slight edge( throughout most of
were
I i In the top of the first Inning but TealTile'
Johnson J-of-4 with a home run, the season, but a final playoff named
Chub Johnson and Bill Goodgeled Goodge 4-of-5 with a home run, Crews the Woodchippers as the city league
of the bottom of the first with a
4-of-5 Jones 3-of-4. champions,
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Tornado Gridders to Balance) OffenseBradford I

Teal Tile Number 1

I Mbes.of first place team:Teal: i Tile & Carpet, are Back row
(front row I-r) : IllggB, Bill Goodge, Sam Sible)'. Paul Sheldon Keene Ronnie Janes, Farelon McClellan, Vic more balanced offense, with the Most depth on .the- squad next ball and Doughtery has the slight ad--

I Rodgers, Chub Johnson, land Jody Beggs. Crews, Tom Paladlno, and Coach Ronnie Thomas, capability' of throwing the ball more season appears to be at the running vantage at this point according to

often during the coming up season, back spot. Eight players are on the Hurse.
I.I I.I I. more so than in the last five years, according -" list as running backs. They are- Weak side tackles are Ron Brawn

I 4r 4M to ,Head Tornado David seniors Tony Davis 170 pounds; Greg Jackson and Lonnie Hamilton.
4r Hurse. Gerald Brown 165; Andy' Nguyen. "Neither of the three have much experience -

During the last five years BHS has 155; Oliver Tyson, 205; Barry Warren but they all have the poten-

had to depend on the running game' 175;, Juniors Erin Mathews, 15S; tia."
for most of the yardage. Clinton Jenkins, 170; Jess McSwain, Four 'big uns' are lined up for
Heading the BHS offense will be strong side tackle. Two year starter

quarterbacks Frank Long and John 155."The running back situation looks and 260 pounder Donald Thornton will

David Francis. Hurse says that both good with four people back with experience be taking care of the duties most of

I 'will" be seeing action next season as ," says Hurse, Returning the time. The other three listed with

Quarterback., running backs are Tyson Warren their ;weights are Robbie Boone 200,

., Long/'a 160 pqund Junior had some Davis and Brown."Thetati have fair Jamie Whitehead 255,, and Rusty
last ''Sullivan four will be seniors.
experience year as quarterbackand speed. 185. .fJ'|
eeree will probably tart most of the Rotating at the center position will

i' I ,f I IArA games. He is also on the running back be juniors Danny Manning and Tom ."we have good potential on the offensive

list.. Francis, a'' 150 pound senior will my Parker. Manning, 160 pounds, line, but hey need to work
double as wide out and had been the also plays guard and Parker at 205 with the weights this summer, I en-

extra point and field goal kicker for pounds also plays tackle. courage all the players to begin a

d the last two seasons. Competing for the strong side guard work out program for the summer,"

k ;' "Both executed well in the spring 'position will be seniors Craig said Nurse "So far this summer I'm

jamboree and both are going to get to Falstreaux and Tim Dudding and pretty well pleased with the turnout,

play quarterback next season," says 'junior of Gillingham. All are but I'haven't" seen. some of them

.Hurse. ,capable playing with Falstreaux however. '
Their is plenty of depth at the split having the most experience. Hurse Is a firm beliver in summer

end pasitionYThe line-up will be Andy 'Weak' side guards are Chris workouts-and a. strick weight lifting,

Jones. Todd McLeod Wesley Douffht, ry;'Ervm Meres !and BillyA program. ;' ,

Johnson, Jeffery" McClellan and '. '.' \ '".,' ," ':: I. \:' 1"" :

Wesley Thomas. Jones and McLeod I "
have a slight edge on the other three, \'

according to Nurse Youth
r vt Three tight ends are 190 pounders Dixie Leagues
Mike Early and Mike Chapbell along

with 150 pound Russell Smith. Early,
'? and Chappell saw plenty of action last
,,
.- season and will pretty well fill the Headed Down, Wire

W.W. Woodchippers Number 2.... position.Pro -

Members of second place W.W. Woodchippers are Rack row: (I-r> Danny McKinney. Eddie Dyal Han- or flanker backs for the Tor., busy upcoming week is on tap for day July 9, in Middleburg. Starke

(front row, I-r) : Matt Hull, Tommy Wise Wilbur dall Thomas Donald Wheeler Ricky Bennett, nadoes will be senior Tony Diggs ands : Dixie Boys and Dixie'Youth Minor plays Middleburg and Keystone plays

Waters. Donnie: .. Wise, Terry Gaines Crawford" and' Jim Lewis. *juniors, Brett Russell and Billy baseball leagues with district our. the Lake City National team. Both

'''. ".j(!.., .. .: t t;. Hi' .. "., :. ." curti11f 1 1.a jjfc .> iv f ,'" ; naments coming Up. games are at 7 p.m...es'> day night at
i (
,> '
Il; ', )" Lake American team will
."r '' Starting Saturday July 7, the Dixie 7 p.m. Jitf:;,
.
'!.. ..!,"It.\...\ f .. .,."on.. ., .., .,, 1.,' ,.t1 ,As"!. ?> ,* Boys All-Stars will in Lake play the. wffiner 'of the Starke.
.'
'\ VI '" /< w 1' '.' play City
,. ,, J 't_ 'f', ?at the Southside '

...- ,,, _, Sports WestvatilplalrKeystdneReightsAU4dfl's .
: 1. Beginning at :2p.mta Gainesville I'>
, : : "- ion, Fl. 32044. sold Case No.83-480: : CA 'o* 'ty6'aw 6 elrorr; your TOMLIN50N 8ROmr.: ., !! < <. .\(

I Legal \1ot1ces'J owner, doing businessunder the. Circuit Court of the prevlou."am.Oll.lJr.: hA. Gainesville East plays Middleburg, Starke July IS through 21.

: the llrm'name: of Eighth" Judicial Circuit In !required to terve'a copy P.O. Draw.r40 Starke will play Lake City at 6 p.m.. The- Dixie Youth Minors can progress
I GASOLINE''AllEV;; CR-18| and for Bradford County,' Vof: yor1F) written! defenses, Storke, Florida 32091 The district tournament for the Dix- no further than the district tournament
.
I NOTICEOF Government Comprehensive and Division, Street, Florida wherein' CITY 'if ohyito the p.tition'on Telephone: 904/96 PROPOSED Planning Act- 'Hampton, Fl ,,32044 In CONSUMER,, 'SERVICE QF petitioner'attorney, Sy: James Tomllnson

,, ENACTMENT of 1975 as provided for In tends'to reqlster'smd. fictitious FLORIDA INC., etc., 1 Kerineth E.Brooten, Jr., Personal I
OF ORDINANCE Chapter 163 of the, name under the plaintiff, and TOMMIE Post [Office, Bait 788 R.pr..ntativ.tWILLIAM
Florida Statute I' aforesaid Matute. CASON JR. and Gainesville, Florida R. BROOKS

PLEASE! TAKE" NOTICE TO: All Citizen. .Ta)( Dated this ,5th day of CHARLENE T. CASON 32602C "n.or before July 4691 Autumn Woods Ceramic Classes Begin Monday...

that the Town Council of .' payers and other Interested .July'. A.D,,;,' 1984', in Brad."': his wife.are defendants 12. !' 1984and; file 'the Way Cera'mics' the Starke ''Recreation(; 'Department will
classes sponsored by
the Town of Brooker parsons. ford,Cour'>ty. ; '. I will' sell 'to the. orlglrol I with the ..clerk of Tallahassee. Fl 33303
Florida, will consider the. You and each of You ,7-105: 4tpd 7'26, :l highest and best, bidder 6/28 2tchg 7/03 begin Monday July 9,
this < ourt either before Classes night will be 7.10 and on Wednesday mornings will be.
on Monday
odoptiqn of on ordinance .:.ar. hereby and herewith for cash.In': the lobby of .
on 'Thursday July 26 r given notice In accordance .!''J;:. ., the first floor of the main tervl'< e on p.tltloner'saltar IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 912. Classes will be held at the Old National Guard Armory. '

I 1984. at 7:30 PM In a with Florida Courthouse.: North Tern- ey or immediately FOR BRADFORD

i meeting at Town, Hall, v Statute that(( 'the. .'. Clty'G'r; { ,,/'OF IN BRADFORD THE CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT \pie,*' Avenue, Starke, '.-;thereafter: otherwise-a, COUNTY' : ,
Town of Brooker Council Brooker Florida,' ;Bradford .Collnt,, l'def au t will'be( entered l", ,: FLORIDA

Florida. The title of sold will conduct q; public/,' ,\V-J.r,',, ;". CIVIl.ACTION FLORIDA NO,'i' .": ,..v Florida at, 11:00- : o'clock _'"agoln t you for the,relief .PROBATE! DIVISION?, .. .
ordinance I t. as follows: '. hearing at a, regular 84.333 A.M.:, on the 31st day 'of 'demanded 'In the pell- File Number 84-53-CPIN .. -

AN ORDINANCE meeting held.It.: at 7:30: ,, .July 199... the following lion ,. '
REGULATING. SUBDIVISION p.m. I''In the Town Hall of IN RE The' ; J "';: described property asset Datee July 18 ,'984. J RE: Estate of
Marriage Of
IN TOWN OF ..Brooker, Florida, on JOHN;G. SCHAK : forth In told Final Gilbq'f.S. Browij;,CI.rk'BYIB ',, WALTER ALBERT DAVIS, '
BROOKER. FLORIDA. TO Thursday July 26 1984 Husbandand Judgement to-wltt ulah Moody Depuly Deceased

PROMOTE AND PROTECTTHE to Consider' amending The NW'of 5E''/. of Clark NOTICEOF We have the one!

PUBLIC HEALTH, the Comprehensive Land JO SCHAI<. Wife' .W'of Section 23 ,6/21!' tchg 7/12 ADMINISTRATIONThe
SAFETY. COMFORT Use Plan to provide that Township 6 South Range ;:
ECONOMY ORDER OF land currently ;2t East Bradford ,Coun1 ')r JHE CIRCUIT COURT
.
NOTICE OF ACTION; i A 'administration of
1 OF THE EIGHTH
CONVE. the Florida.
APPEARANCE designated' by plan ty, ,,
NIENCE. AND GENERAL DATED this. 25th of ,, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, the estate of WALTER
os Single Familybe day p '
.
TO: JO SCHAK 3520 \ ,IN AND FOR ALBERT DAVIS deceasr.d
,
WELFARE. AND PRO. amended .and Jun., 1984.Attorney .
Mobile Brlerwood, Drive, ;; : : BRADFORD COUNTY File Number
:VIDINO FOR ORDERLY designated' o*
Albany,'GA 31703. ',""r PI. RID A 84.53-CP, I I. pending In.
PROGRESSIVE of for Plaintiff;
AND Home, the property : ,
1n
YOU ARE NOTIFIED PROBATE DIVISION Ih. Circuit Court, for
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DEVELOPMENT OF LAND Richard A. Chrlstlson ft L. JOSEPH HOFFMAN 4 j
that ,,an 'action for ( ( Bradford County, 4
N0 84.62 CP
CASE ,
USulte'203 -
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INCOR. y 1
WITHIN THE Betty Chrlstlson; descrlb-i Dissolution 1541) SurrseDrivq, : ;i"!P
of Marriage Florida, probate Division I \
((1-3558)), ,
PORA TED: BOUNDARIESOF .d follows: Lots '.
as .
has been, filed -and the address of
THE. OF youor.required Coral Gables Ft 33143Telephone \ ; ,
TOWN : ,8,9,10.; 16 17,18.J9of; ; ,
\ to serve a "IN RE The'Estate of which Is Bradford County
FLORIDA olsocommencqIng ,
BROOKER. ; Block ,8. :
; copy of your -writtendefenses {\ ( WAYNE PIKE, Courthouse, Starke "I.
s s'i
: PROVIDING FORDEFINE at the NW corner of ((305)) 666-S299 ; '
; if any to It on, Florida.- The names and } :f < Carbon Him\'
TIONS AND. EXAMPLES EVi of Fractional Block 5 Clerk 6f Circuit Court "U r .
petitioner JOHN G. \IM1CtiAEi. addresses of 'the ,.r Nylon fsbrlO'Correction '
REQUIREMENTS FOR'APPUCAHON. and run East, 164 feet) SCHAK,_ 327jButler JTer- '' Byi Beulah Moody 'c" th.nc. run South to Deputy Clerk ,t .p t tad, Blue 7Q
AND ofMichigan\ race, Starke. FL 32091 the personal represen.totlvis >..'. Brown
;PRELIMINARY North line '' ( : ;, 6/28. 2tchg 7/09 i : !
ore set "
'onoM before attorney .
: Augusta '
FINAL APPROVAL PRo. Avenue, th.nce'run I
"
I
:
1984, and file the ,;Tri administration of 'forth below. ;
:"CIDURES; PROVIDING':AND RE. Was!along North boun original with the clerk' of NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO .the /etate of MICHAEL All Interested persons ,;:The newest Smi .9or9nall
STANDARDS line of
dory
Michigan REGISTER .\
,
FICTITIOUS"NAME' file with
this court .dth.r'b.for. 'WAY.NE PIKE Deceased are required to
I QUIREMENTS FOR APPROVALS Avenue to tine dividingE' '.'
C J .PROVIDING' of W'/r of Fractional service on petitioner,or.Immediately i File ,",,0.1U.62CP, i I. pending this court, WITHIN THREE electric portable..".
Pursuant to'/ OF THE' FIRST
thereafter Section .In the. Circuit Court MONTHS
FOR EXCEPTIONS, 3, thence N.'to .
Black
run otherwise' a judgement .'' '86.09. Florida'!Statutei, for!*. Bradford, County PUBLICATION OF' THIS '
.:>ir4D' AP Point Beginning: aft lying 1
1 VARIANCES will be entered for the notice hereby1'given'" "' ', Florida. Probate Dlvi.l66dlion NOTICE: ((1)) all claim
PROVIDING FOR Town of
PEALS and In the
being
; 2500
relief demanded l .the- the address of against the 'estate and : Coronamatic,
ENFORCEMENT AND Ward, City, Settlor, 8, J" that, 'the 'undersigned, ; '
PENALTIES. AND' ADMINISTRATIVE "Range" 20 petition. Daniel,McKinney, eo".own.r ."-/;..; 4yy which= I I. Bradford County ,((2tny'objectlon by on ; .
I PRO., ,Township East WITNESS my hand and doing,,''' business Courthouse, Post Office Interested person to :,5\\,
375
th. seal of this Dro'wer 8. Stork. 'whomithis" notice wo
,CEDURES FEES ';AND You' are fuHher'''given Court tin.. \ 'under the firm name of 0 .-
mailed that challenge
.
BONDING .. ., ,. REQUIREMENTS NOTiCE that,';<1 :copy'of: ,. June. :23, 1984. E, Satellit.i., ,V,', .P.Ct, Florida 3209'Th. of will
J) t'XJILBERtS.; BROWN Bo.\1I9 '' phev'i(r y'name.' and addresses, the-validity! the '
PRO. 'OR.DINANCE Starke
; sold l proposed Clerk of the Court ; ; the/.personal/ representative the qualification of the ; Come see for yourself how good.looking'(
.'VIDING 'FOR,, : Is available'! for 3209)) Intend oytrgglsl.r
EFFCC '? ...,..By?Marian.MeRae said fictitious| and the'personal personal representative, r a typewriter! cart be.and how'good looking
VARIANCESrANO { 'your ,lnspeetlon'ipt''the: "! > ', ". \ venue or jurisdiction of ,..: .
''TJVEOATi.) ; /. t : Office' of City', )'folk' ,, ,', !\ .. ... Clerk. .vIt'SrT' -\,,(( nant.;', 'Vlld., t'le'': representative's' or. set! forth altorn'ey the court. \'. ; your homeworkcan be. The 2500> has the''
Copies$ of. the 'or.gaIng Breok.r'Floridoylrf;, } }( -,:::1\ .' 'fV 1 ? '. ,;!,: ..CIor.'lIiJ ute.r All CLAIMS AND ;
\belo
ordinance may be Inspected Each'and every person yj "I : ,.\.. ,'' Dated thi' :.15th: doy' 'ft,. "'",interested DEMANDS NOT SO FILED famous cartridge-ribbon system and all'.
( r +- ,6\t.I! m/t'M person
\ ? ? '
at'' "Town"' '' .Hall having any Silntere: -s'whatever' +'4i.,; ,-'I #m i \. II/\\ (o\,-,.; Yr>I .\I .Jurie',WC;;!|8radfordJ\, \. o required to file with WILL BE'.FOREVER. BAR the businesslike,
during' business' 'hourtvInterested In th.anocV; "-;:,, +viitoTHE'. CIRCUIT COURT: ,County; I; 'thrtfWurf WITHIN THREE RED '
'r iof this ipfopatedf: '' ; features that
;: : partle* mar meet ; EIGHTH JUDICIAL:' 121 4tpd /i2, MONTHS OR THE FIRST Publication: ,of this
I appear of the msetlng ORDINANCE should,, ap.,",I Itlm. CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA ; Vw l I'PUBLICATION' OF THIS4NOTICE Notice hat begun,:-on have made.

,,'. heard .
: : and bo .o'd'iWltft.\( peai,and be at the Vs .. .; LN IANDI'OR. 'IN .1Hif I .CMCUIT. COURT ." : ((1] All claimsagainst Jun. 28, 1984.Attorney '. SmithCoronaelectrics:
II. : respect to the proposed:: ar\4 placeprescribe, 'BRADFORD COUNTY 1 for P.r.ona'R.pr..ntatlv. L
the estate and", i" -
-
I'" ordinance.. .- \ i in l.I' , :'.' OF. FLOWOA; EIGHTH.JUDICIAL i-i, '
1 V sLlndb Robinson i 'addTOWNCOi1Ntrll.. -,]. ; ro-'r-r FLORIDA 'CIRCUIT INi' ,I +t(2).iony( ,( :objection by< an "; : the
/ I
-CASfi 83-480 CA (. Baxter
Np. Harvey )
l to:
j
Interested
>" ; person
I ? number
> Town Clerk ', OF. ANI "POBRADFORD .0.Boll116 one
mailed '
.fCh9'110$ ,. BROOKER,FLORIDA CITY CONSUMER. SERAViCE'OF COUNTY. FLORIDA v ]whom notice was ..Gainesville FL .32602 choice
thari challerfgee"1he7aUdity : among
,' ., ,' Byaf.Roblrnortj-, ,,; INC IN Mi' The Marrla :of '' <' ) \
/ fit' I FLORir,; will th.t. Telephone:
of ,
'trje .
",: t:; "'1'i : "i ,' "-, ... ...,..' Town Clerk ,11 i'rik : '..td.t'Paintifl' .( .. ,. r CHARLES SLIf ER. Hus.1,; of the p.t' 904/377-7036 .electric !'
llflcotlon*
t f'::> .. .' d'rl"' rti,, ( ,,I ':,. .\,' )t,<,fI 7/0$1:' / ; ', : bandend; LESLEY K., DIH; .1,! ?,,tu) <) representative. .Personalp.presentotlver portables.( Be -
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jurisdiction
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t rr4.; : ORHONING" '' ;,, / '0' : 'J' 'CHARLENE {T.r ':;ASONPhi + 3 Of ACTION ftf,
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10REO"" I'J;, iJ DefendanK'sllt J, .., n 1'00'.1. : ; ,i :. t/28 2tch 7/06
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Ieystone'Heights': celebrates a grand Fourthof July .aF 1M .A

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By Mark Frledlln. BCT Staff WriterIt Local artists and craftsmen also creations in an arts'and
was a big and glorious Fourth of July in Keystone Heights Wednesday as crafts show in the Theme Park and Clay County Deputies were on hand with
the city's Annual Our Country Day celebration drew a large crowd under their crime prevention display,"a mobile unit featuring advice on, crime
bright sunny skies. : prevention. ?{;;

Onlookers 'enjoy d a large parade complete with clowns, the "KeystoneKops" ""AIl in all a perfect Fourth of July,' commented Keystone'sMayor.'BiU
the Shriner's wacky cars and motorcycles and visiting beauty queens Beam after the parade. "We do it up &TCey stone like nobody else.. 4l n uL
theQ watched the hard-fought semi-finals matches at the city Theme Park (in '1// 4
the Our Country Da>Tennis Tournament. The Baby Crawl attracted, many i .
.. '\..particippat9 thtsyedk ( c1m ,lj1'Strourthjf; July, J; -Races,.r._..* : ..,*' ', .. .. ':, I
"We had a real good turnout for the 5 kilometer run today, over llOTurinert :'1" ;:.:
participated,"Run Chairman Jim. Wins said. "It should be even bigger next'
'
year.
Crowds gathered at dusk for the annual fireworks display, which burst into
fiery, colorful displays over Lake Geneva, lighting up onlookers on beach as
bright as day" at one point in the show. "
Keystone Heights mayor Bill Beam welcomed the crowd before the parade
kicked off from a specially constructed grandstand in front the city hall,
where America Legion members have established a unique display. Surviving
family members took turns, each raising a flag on cue to honor war
veterans form the local community.The '
flag, which lined Lawrence Blvd. for two blocks In front of the city hall, : 1
will be brought out for special occasions beginning this year. k ,
"This is a special moment for all of us," Post 202 spokeswoman Georgia .a
Wheeler said as family members began unfurling their flags "We hope to add k
many more flags to this display in the coming years." I If Ii
Onlookers also enjoyed the numerours displays on hand at the Theme Park
during the day including a nostalgic photo art show featuring historic f t "
photographs from the lake: region area. :




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Local family makes a dream come true for 95-year-old patriarch(



Marcia Goodge being- ily. "When we got there, we Dicandio home on Sunday July I, I

f UCT Staff Writer couldn't even get'out of the car for all Although Leon is the only,American. Ti :
Few people ever really expect their the kissing and hugging and crying," 'Dicandio who speaks Italian well,and : : ,
dreams to come true, but they go on said Angle.: .. Lorenzo and Maria Rosa do not speak, z n + ht i
dreaming, hoping but not expecting, The three sisters met a lot of their English well, translator Gabriella
and missing the entire point of family while in Italy and received Pauley from Lawtey did not have too yv1J ___ ... ''r 'w
dreams. Well, a local family has presents that meant more to them difficult a time, because ;so' 'many -'i' 1g
discovered the truth about dreams,, than gold-photographs of other family things' are understood 'without:' .1
you have to''ma fee them come true. members that they had never seen' language between 'people who love'' .1I
The Dicandio family of Starke recent- and that they now.never would, for each other. e J .1I
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enough and.work hard enough, not dream came true. gathered at the Dicandio home Loren t N' da,, I
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keep your dream from coming other gifts, like nuts and olives grownin ask,'"Cousin, niece?' If the answer1'
true<," Italy, back to America to their own was affirmative, the newcomer
About-70 years ago, in 1912.Leon large family and especially, to their received a hug and a kiss/on the
Dicandio .arrived In America from ''father.They had been given gifts for cheek.Broad smiles were the order of J
Italy 'He gave up'a great deal when many of the people at home and Angie the day,:but tears'were not uncom
he came to America! He gave' up a ,had received a ring from the hand of a mon. i
large and loving family, for it was to 'woman she would never ,meet,* her Maria crocheted all the time, she I
be 71 years before he saw any of them grandmother.This made shawls, doilies and other items, 1 rJ ,,4r ., I
again, 'in'a.dream which his family, dream came true last October. for' all her relatives here in America ,' i ttirate #ttr.-. l'a. I s q 4
made come true for him. And just to satisfy the pessimists thatIt 'to remember ,her\ by. She baked '
Three .of Leon's daughters. Angle wasn't only a fluke of luck, another I cookies In.Italy, the fancy kind you 4'r. < \; ,
Eddings...Bertla Owens, and Millie dream came true two weeks ago. find in pastry stores only better, and.
Dicandio. took the first 'step toward While the American side of the Dican' brought them; to America I for her,
making the dream come true. It was a 'dio family was dreaming of going to, family to share. he ,brought them; I
large first step because it took them Italy to see their Italian relatives, the gifts made with her own hands, gifts
across the Atlantic to Italy to the Italian Dicandio family was dream in which she invested time, which,is.
home their father left so long ago. ,ing of coming to America to see their\ much more precious than money, ; I',
They saved and planned for the trip (American relatives, and on'June,16 After the birthday party :various I j ; ? '
for a long time, and when the depar this dream came true.too. branches of the family took their\ .i-ir--i ;
ture date finally arrived, their father Maria Rosa Molinari and .her Italian cousins to DisneylWorld) and' iLorenzo
was 111.., ? ? ... brother Lorenzo' Molinari, came to Cape Canaveral seethe", shuttle' ,'t l 4ta _
They had almost decided to abandon America see the family they had Calm06U'JIlt oft: Everywhere they MohnariLeon Dicandio acid Maria Rosa Mbllhar
their plans and remain near their never seen. They chose this par went, people instinctively understoodthe ,
father, but all he could talk about was ticular time to come because Leon's love they felt for each other and ....... .
the trip. He was unable to go himself 95th birthday fell on June 22 and,the marveled at the dream,'come true. to see our family"In America;/''6aida: "Lorenzo and ''Maria'.coul'. li..C mot find Y shake that day;:; The, feelings 'that .
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but his dream wouldn't die and it was 'family always gathers .at the Dlcan- "People always givethemthings," Rosa, "I have wanted,to come here,' .word; for Italian or, English, it .brought lumps to everyone's throats;
I up to his daughters to make it come dio home in Starke to celebrate their said Angie. ..A flower shop gave' !'i i for many years. but we couldn't doesn't matter, Therft.aren't words the love they felt and the'' knowledge
I true. "Somehow i knew he would be father's birthday. Another reason 'flower and baloons ..when Lorenzo ir come. Then 1 had a dream that my' for" those feelings in any language that love knows no.,boundaries: ,and
there when'we came back/' said was that the American Dicandios tried to buy1 some,flowers for Leon mother told:me to come here and I >because: I they don't need words. All has no barriers* 'not r even' the
,Angie. 'always have their family reunion on and Margaret. Th*..story was the told Lorenzo we had to go." you need is a deep.lave felt for people language'"barrier' ;. thwe.feelings of
The three went to Italy and met the the weekend nearest the Fourth of July same 'everywhereeveryone!, JKpredates'it She-told,the.crowd that,she-was:, ;you'> never. seen, a year's' '-long longing love for p( qple.. ;who!, .should! be
family they had never'';seen before,, and there has never been a Fourthof ': ;,when' someone proves very-afraid but aU die time to see-people: that'.slodd'.bestrandersb" 'Itraq< and although none of the three !knew July celebration like it. 'that dreams! come true" ,.. she saw.her mothers.:face tailing hw, orens4.andMaria'coutdnt'flnd'thqwords the people they tMwttewwn' w", bog. .ten'
any Italian and few of .the Italians Leon and his wife,,Margaret, had .Lorenzo' and JtfarU.each made a to ;express times. .ps.8tFeaI''" ,
knew any English ,1qV4: translates ,between them 11 children, 9 of them 'short speech at the reunion' 1 throsjb:. Lgorenao:,said! that once;'they' had these feelings'' that touched everyone Drean .do)ce.oe'trroe'fHI' I
easily in any lan{ e.: living. and those children' bad translator GabrteH '16sbby)g:. made up their minds to some, they let ,present, ao they, found,another and '" still
Although they had never sun" these- 'children and many of those chiWren are very proud to be here In 'I nothing stop Hwat./ "jtf1' '":' better i way aJuo ..,bugand/ ,\/ (lot, of. 'don't believe; it. ark the.faml. Jicendlo
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ByMarkFrledlln who would not open closed files for tearful- reunion. I f r f- Brooker recalls his sister saying."Why look at hw and any doubt( wars, ri QneiBrooker ; third heart, attack recently and is
BCTSTaff Writer her inspection.Finally ?" Brooker asked. "It'll be to knew ,$lgn wu,"';'bls recovering now in Keystone UelghU, ,
The Fourth of July is always specialbut this April, she traveled to The First Glance... ,/ your benefit," the sister replied daughter. The pair looked at each "The Good Lord saved" my life after
this holiday will be a once-ina- Montgomery, where she found out Brooker recalls his sister in Puzzled, Brooker took oft for other, unsure ot the reception. and that last heart attack, Brocket said.
lifetime experience for Keystone that Alabama state law requires Jacksonville left word at P ft J Quick" Jacksonville and got there In just then they grabbed each other and "Now I have a reason to go on Hying "
Heights resident Rex Brooker. adoption officials to open their files to Stop in Keystone Heights to call her in an hour. hu tged. There was no doubt. Brooker, who lives in a single'wide
Brooker was reunited with his people age 18 or older.It Jacksonville "Rex.get up here fast." Signe was at his sister's home. One Signe she has changed her name mobile home in McDonald's Park at 1
daughter last week after a long was if a curtain had been openedto __ back to it's original) says she recommends Lake Geneva, was worried about
separation that began 37 years ago reveal the past. Officials gave her _.LII --' .. OASIS to anyone searching for where he put his four sons and his J
when his wife and then baby daughterwere all the information they had but not a a missing relative and says her r latton&hip "new" daughter and other relatives g
involved in a car wreck,an accident copy of her original birth certificate. with her father"Is just begin- He's planned all week to buy a double-
that killed his wife, Louise, and Through this newly discovered information wide and to try get Signe to move to
began a mystery with his daughter, Ernestine discovered her tie agrees Brooker suffered his Keystone to be with: him.LouAnn's .

Ernestine, that Brooker thought real name, her parents names, her I '.
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would never be solved. father's birthplace, their last Mobile '
Ernestine initiated a search for her address, and where he worked. :
Azalea & Blueberry Farm
father through the help of a unique '
She also found out her real name, I :, I
organization called the Organized i 1 Toke 100' South to 24th Avenue turn right to farm ( I
Adoption Search Information Service Armed with her discovered e F
newly
Inc.OASIS), which specializes in facts about her background, she i 4fl Now Open Mon.-Sat. 7:30 to dark :I
reuniting relatives separated through began a new search,feeling more and It
adoption. more strongly now that she had an 4 New Shipment of
Ernestine Webber lives in identity all her own. IAI29SCAPIHe! PLANTS r; i
Zephryhills where she Is married to a

corrections officer at the nearby state She began her search by calling a.t.vq$ ) Bitkcts( Fruit Trees, Custom Made 'Swings".7. S
prison. She has two sons. Brookers in coastal towns with ,
As an adopted daughter of a couple shipyards but this turned out to be
living in the Tampa area, Ernestine another dead end as well. Then she All Mature Sine of Jesus
had searched for several years to looked up her father's birth records in l 1$4.1t" !
locate her natural, relatives only to en- his hometown of Brunswick, Georgia. -
counter a frustrating series of useless She obtained a certified copy of his
leads, dead-ends, and state adoption birth certificate and kept attending
officials who were unable to show her OASIS meetings learning from
the contents of sealed documents others what would be the next best
which could have led her to her fami- step to take.
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recounted by Mr. Brooker, the One small notation near the bottomof ?
saga of the search for the missing her birth certificate told her more 4THOFJULYf
relatives began :37 years ago when than anything else had so far, a name ,
Brooker returned from a stint in the that did more to ease her fears of rejection -
service to Jacksonville, where hemarried more than any husband or r
his wife, Louise, formerly trends could possibly do, for when Rex and Signe Brooker IHf
Louise Wright. she looked at the birth certificate for
Brooker took his new bride to the first time she found that she had ,I
Mobile, Alabama after securing a job been named after her grandmother American International Dream Girl'Pageant
with a large shipyard located there Signe Viola. I
which is owned by Gulf Oil Corp. Show Biz Talent & Nf American Model Contest
His daughter Ernestine was born in She was about to give up hope of '
Chicksaw, Ala. a suburb of Mobile. ever locating any of her true relatives Preliminary'
Her original name was Signe Viola when her husband suggested that she '
Brooker, after her father's mother. check the Florida Highway Patrol Saturday, July 21 Southside Elem.

Trouble began for the young couple and ask them to run a driver's license .
Sat. 28 Woman's Club IRis
when Signe's maternal grandparents, check for her father's name. July Keystone
who were raising two half-sisters of BEAUTY ENTRY FEE '25" Appseatlmii MI kt plcktd
hers Penney and Peggy, decided That was the key to a new series of Mesa ENTRY FEE '20!' up *t knwtlll, LMUng. ., i! '. inw
they wanted custody of Singe as well. facts which illuminated whole areas TALENT ENTRY FEE '20" Glass. I *..Indeed Egnn ." I '+.' I GRilt
To avoid further recriminations of her life which had been hidden OlVISIONS'FIIrId (',dR''unRL
i with his in-laws, Brooker drove his from her before. After some cajolingthe Tiny Dream AGE t.>lri. !.a y.o 7 yra T"> ,1 '
baby daughter to Jacksonville and officer in charge at the highway little Mitt .Byrato I2yr.
left her with his mother then drove patrol station returned with a .
T.enr. ,' 13yrJto 17 yr. ,i 8:" AMERICAN 1 GAR I STORE
back to Mobile. Things didn't work Jacksonville address in her father's Mila ;i. . 18yr.to28yr :'" b "U' '. / i
out, however, as Brooker's mother name. Ma. (married or tingle' ) 26-60 K/
began having trouble with the in- Male Model , 3 yrt to 30 yrs
a laws, a controversy which culminatedwhen The reunion was charged with emo- DON'T MISS OUR TENT SALI, 4WOF JULY CtLIBRA.TION .
Signe was taken from Brooker's tion. FOR APPLICATION ON WD. JULY 4TH, LOTS OF FUN PLUS SUPER
mother- by the officials from the Call or Write SAVINGS ON NEW CHiyitOLKTS AHD OlOSMOBILJSf
Department of Health and Approaching her father for the first' }y-
Rehabilitative Services (HRS) and time in over 36 years, she offered hima Debra Herman, 964-8849 21At. REGISTER FOR 100 '

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Home Society of Jacksonville. hands, then fell into his arms in a '
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Brooker's wife (they had CASH DRAWING t
separated) then took her fatal drive,a,
trip to Jacksonville from Mobile to

reclaim her daughter and to bring her., NO MONEY DOWN
back home. II. ;' w lo'- ;
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fatal crash just a few miles from her
daughter in Jacksonville. <
Brooker did not find out about his ..., :, ." '". i iI
wife's car accident unit! several mon- '. :, oj,;I ''I.\' I a
ths later and when he went to .', ,. ', ',::\f' .:, I
Jacksonville to reclaim his daughter.HRS ,r' .'. ,:" \ \ i. I
officials would reveal where she I.
was located.
Depressed over his wife's death and /
the apparent loss of his child, he went '" '. 1 0
back to Mobile and later moved on to .. .'-: '

Birmingham, Ala. where he became '1 :,i\ :!
well known as a radio talk show host. \1i I 1I
He also remarried and had four sons. "
Twelve years later, he divorced and '/ I
moved on to Louisiana where he ',' I ,
worked with an oil company.

Brooker's overriding thoughts for :' 1t! ,. +i''
his missing daughter concerned her ;, ,, ....,. 1 $ 4 ,
whereabouts and the quality of life ,.; ,,' 1 .
she was leading with her new adopted ladies .
parents. He even kept her covered *J "'"I". I sI
with a life insurance policy and in- I IA "
structed his eldest son to search for 1 I II
her in the event of his death."I SportswearDresses a I I III I
finally came to the conclusionthat
she must be dead. I just couldn't I
worry about it any more," Brooker ;

said.During that time young Signe, who I
had been placed in a foster home)I I I 1'
when she was just five months old, Swim Suits t
was adopted by Mr. and Mrs. R.E. t
Brown of Tampa when she was just
over a year old and renamed 1
Ernestine. The Browns are still living 1. 1. 0 ,
in Tampa and supported Ernestine's
search for her natural parents with a 25 T )
level'of understanding unusual for 0 off;
adoptive parents, according to many .
sources. I 1 ,
Ernestine's birth certificate was

3 amended to list her parents as the '. I ... '.
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Browns and her place of birth as ," iY "'
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Then about 10 years ago she heardof :
OASIS and sent then an applicationwith 4'4 ".J .'F..'' i 1 ,..1 I "
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what she would find or that she would a
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search that might never be rewarded.The e I 0 II
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Remarried, she now had the confidence -:; '"" ;. '
and the support of her new 'Ir ress Pa rifs" '" "

husband, Ron Webber, and called ,
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OASIS. She attended her first OASIS ; r
meeting In November' and gained :pfT
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members began discussing their .'#:; .. '. v., .., ; I
searches for their relatives and the' \ '
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by the relentless passage of time. "y I : ; ; Vifc
OASIS members 'consoiedEnM".8tine : ; 'dr I 'btcuEnasTuRE : //III 1901' TEMPLE *

with, their>own stories -,,'': :r;..:. t, :' : I
stories which made Ernestine realizethat '
'many other ,young'' parents ;
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Casting ; .
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i These Santa Fe Community College grads finished up a unique Hospital- The graduates Include: Patricia B. Barnhlll. Katrlna L. Brown. Susan
Home Health Aid course In Starke last week. The course Is designed to give Florence Cardinl. Carl Hamm, Carolyn D.Jone, Theresa Malory. Cleo K. _Forli Car Stnrlo lUpair
Wtudents practical experience working' both at Bradford Hospital and Sapp'and Bertha M. Smith. .. ...' .i, .' Front End White SpokeAlignment
Whispering Pines Nursing Home. I' Wheels
Air l Condition: Service
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Health aides ,from Wt wM clwck wit leer .,.t..mlor Up.e 18 X 8
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A new class of graduates from the ing was given at the Whispering Pines Hamm Carolyn D. Jones, Theresa Registration for the summer'term Carburetors
Santa Fe Community College Nursing Home in Starke. Malory Cleo K. Sapp and Bertha M. at SFCC is continuing daily from 8 Engines Wheel Bearing.
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Hospital-Home course finished up last The nurse-aide graduates receive Smith. a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Starke office in Sptctalty
week In Starke. state certification to give care In nur Bradford. High School. $1400 1'001 $129S
Academic course for this unique sing homes, hospitals and. private New Business Class Offered Classes for Summer "B" term 0 Off -
program, were taught by SFCC Instructor rooms to patients who need help In A'highlight' of the Santa Fe Com- ,begin June 25 and end August 8.
, Jo Ann Mullins at the meeting their daily living needs. munity College Summer "B" term Other offerings in Starke this term CORBETT'S TIRES & 'SERVICE
; Bradford-Union Vocational Center The new graduates Included will be a business course in Marketing include Music Appreciation and .
with: a weekly lab at the Santa Fe Patricia B. Barnhill, Katrina L. taught by SFCC business instructorBill Human Growth and Development. US 301- Temple Avenue Stork
. Campus in Gainesville.Clinical train- Brown Susan Florence Cardini_, Carl Wright, and a Business Writing ''For more information call Lila (Formerly Starke Firestone) Ws+ 964-8438
. ... .. ... ... .. . . Course taught by Norma Dew. 'Yawn at the SFCC Office. Financing
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< t t Harden Mrs.. Blanche B.Johnson Raiford
John P. < Baptist Church in with Rev.Bobby .
QbituarieSk Miles M. oltk h I, John Perry Harden 37, of Providence Mrs. Blanche Bryan Johnson,63, of Register and Rev. James
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afternoon
Thursday died Friday
died Raiford officiating. Burial
r StarkeTuesday morning, Thompkins : was in
died in Bradford Hospital in
June 28 in Lake Shore Hospital, Lake 29, in St. Vincent's Hospital,Jacksonville Sapp Cemetery'in Raiford under the
I illness.morning, July 3, following' a City, following a brief illness. following an extended illness. direction of Archer Funeral Home of
sudden had
Mrs. Mary Albritton Mrs. Mary McDavidMrs. A resident of Lake Butler since Born in Lake City, Mr. Harden had Born in Jacksonville Raiford, Mrs.for Johnson 23 years Lake Butler. .
lived in Providence all his life lived in
p Mrs. Mary M. "Molly" Albritton, Mary Atha McDavid, R3, of January, 1983, Mr. Nippermoved with Shadd ; was before moving to Raiford one year
LaCrosse, died Sunday, July t, at the from Punta Gorda. He was bornin employed Enterprises the .
100, of Keystone Heights, died in the here She a member of "
5 and was a member of the Providence ago. was ., '
North Florida Regional Hospital, '
Plant and was retired in ,
City a
; Alachua General Hospital, Church. Fellowship Baptist Church ,u' '
i Gainesville, a brief illness. Village Baptist ''i' t. \. .
Gainesville Saturday, June 30. carpenter.Survivors k : ;
and raised Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Raiford. Memory
l A native of Dade City, Mrs. Albrit- Born Lake Butler, include three daughters, Juanita Albright Harden two Survivors include her husband, i;)r'T\ '*
sons,
Mrs. McDavid moved LaCrosse ;
to
ton moved to the Keystone area ten Mrs. Clara Mullis of Lake Butler, Johnson of Raiford; one '
Joey and Eddie Harden, all of Providence Hubert In loving memory 'ot'our
\I several She was the widowof dear
years
ago.
Marshall of Niceville of
Mrs.
years ago from Tampa. She was a Mary ,and Mrs. Alice Sue Vandiver "
brother daughter,
i ; one Danny Hardenof father,
the late A. McDavid and
Henry was
Mrs. Patricia of Sarasota Alice .
t cigar maker for over 50 years in Key Maxey ; one Providence; his stepfather and Jacksonville; her mother, Mrs. Ralph Williams,Sr.
of the faith.
West and Tampa; was a member of Survivors Baptist include two son, Clayton G. Nipper of Tacoma, mother, Mr. and Mrs. John Andrewsof Cason of Raiford; four brothers, Ray. who passed away July 9,1969;
t the Community Church of Keystone daughters Wash.; ten grandchildren and one of Lake Butler, Joe Bryan of,
; Mrs. Mary Cordner of LaCrosse and Starke. Bryan There It not a time or moment .*
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and the Grandmother of greatgranddaughter.Funeral of Ormond
: Heights, was Jack Cason
Funeral services held Hialeah,
were Saturday that not thinking of "
w. are
Mrs. Katherine Weeks of Hague; one you. '.
Madonna Cir services will be held at 2p.m. Cason of
Church
: the Community June 30, at 2 p.m. in the Providence Beach and Robert Lee But thou Lord hoi decided that J
son, Ray McDavid of Hague one
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Thursday, July 5, in the Chapel Mrs. Joyce Norman
: Village Baptist Church with Raiford; one sister, had share In .
cle.Survivors include four daughters, brother, Millie Dyal of Hague; one of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home two grandchildren, Youv.: your Hrlfe. ,
Rev. Art Harker and Rev. of Raiford; "
sister, Mrs. Sally Harrell of Hague Eugene Your chfdr.n/ .
; with Rev. D.H. Kirkland .J
Mrs. Jewell Ferguson of Gainesville, officiating. and Chris of Jacksonville, two
", Mrs. Lois K. Gee of Attapulgus Ga., seven grandchildren. and two great Burial will follow in Crosby Lake Providence Albright officiating.Cemetery Burial under was in Old the g eat grandchildren and several ,", .
grandchildren.Graveside "
i Mrs. Bernice Tinny of Palm Hartor, Cemetery. direction of Archer Funeral Home of nieces and nephews. ;'
services were held at 11 ';
and Mrs. Mary M. Nolan of Keystone were held Sunday,
services .
i Y Lake Butler. Funeral ,
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a.m. Tuesday morning, July 3, with Winfred E. ,
f Heights; IS grandchildren, 41 great Douglas -yj ,. ,.1,,'
grandchildren, and two great-great Rev. Ray Williams officiating. Burial Winfred E. Douglas, 71, died Mon "\,' ':
grandchildren.Memorial was in Antioch Baptist Church day morning from an apparent heart 'I't1y.;
funeral services were Cemetery "with Archie Tanner. attack. ,.Jf-

held at 3:30: p.m. Sunday, July 1, in Funeral Home of Starke. A native of Columbia before ,\'''"
the Community Church with Rev. Mrs.Josephine Kapinski Douglas,lived in Jacksonville, KEYSTONE .
Buddy Friedlin officiating. In lieu of Mrs. Josephine Kapinski, 93, of moving to Georgia in 1954. He was'a "
flowers, contributions may be madeto Starke, died Thursday, June 28, in retired supervisor with the King Ed- '
the Mary M. Albritton Memorial Alachua General Hospital, ward Cigar Co., was a memberand( CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC :1
Fund of the Community Church. Gainesville.Born deacon of the llacklebarney Baptist :
l Jones Funeral Home was in charge of in Poland,Mrs.Kapinski mov- Church, the Waycross Masonic Lodge .. ;4,01/
arrangements. 305. :rw\\ .' ;
ed to Philadelphia, Penn. when she
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Survivors include his wife, Essie 'i';!;
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lived until
was a girl. She there
young
i;: Vernon E. Olin moving here in 1979. She was a Minshew Douglas of Blackshear,Ga.:; "<<
"+ Vernon Ezra Olin, 84, of Starke, member of St. Elenor Catholic one daughter, Mrs. Claude Cravey"of Specializing In \',:
died Wednesday morning, June 27, in Church. Waycross; one son, Winfred Eugene
St. Jude Nursing Center, Jacksonville Survivors include one daughter Douglas of Atlanta; his mother; Mrs CHRONIC & DIFFICULT CASES"i

: i following a long illness. Mrs. Sophie Kimutis of Starke and Myrla Stokes and McCleod four of Worthington '. HEADACHES > 4i i '!;f '
Springs; grandchildren'Funeral ; ; '
e Born in Altmar, N.Y., Mr. Olin one Penn son,three grandchildren Linerick and fivegreat services were held j NERVOUSNESS i
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moved to Starke in 1967 from ; '
grandchildren. Wednesday at Hacklebarney Baptist PAINFULJOINTS /
Williamstown, N.Y. He was a retired Church. Burial was in Greenlawn
businessman and social worker and a Funeral services were held Tues- Cemetery, near Waycross, with LOSS OF SLEEP f,, sv :ill
in Penn. '
day morning Colleageville,
U.S.Army veteran of World War I. He Burial was in Saint Aloysius Masonic Kites conferred: $;Arrangements NECK, SHOULDER &ARM PAIN :t:
was also a member of the Pulaski Cemetery with Archie Tanner were made by Clough- NUMBNESS IN HANDS OR ARMS (
Lodge No. 415 of Free & Accepted Pearson Funeral Home. Blackshear. Dr, Richardson J#
.\ Masons in New York, the Bradford local Funeral Home of Starke. in charge of NT PAIN BETWEEN SHOULDERS -- ,

County Senior Citizens Association, arrangements.Mrs. e LOW BACK& LEG PAIN \
'I the Bradford County Democratic Ollie RiversMrs. Rudolph Griffis /$ "

'., Committee at Large, and the Ollie Rivers, 78, of Graham, Rudolph Griffis 53. of West Pa m MOST INSURANCE PLANS :,
I;' American Legion. Mr. Olin attended died Tuesday, June 19, at Alachua Beach died April 24 in Hattiesburg. '.
the Baptist faith.Survivors General hospital Gainesville.Born Miss., as a result of c hunting accident COVER CHIROPRACTIC Auto Accident Whiplash
and raised in Bradford Coun *rv"r Union Insurance Worker's Comp On-the-Job Injuries Blue Cross a,
f include three sons, MarkV. Rivers was a member of the Mr. Griffis was employedi Master Medical Plant Medicare Etc. I E
Olin of Starke, John 11. Olin of Graham Baptist Church and had at- Florida Power and Light Companyfor ,
Jacksonville and Dr. Keith M. Olin of tended school in Brooker. IS years and for the last ten years
r Lancaster, Penn.; one brother, Glen Survivors include one daughter, had been a real estate broker.: r f I 473-3604 I .
Olin of Richland, N.Y.; two sisters. Mrs.Selma Ellington of Graham;one Survivors include two daughters.
Mrs. Alice Sampson of Altmar, N.Y. sister, Mrs. Jeannette Mott of Pamela J. Griffis and Cindy M. Grif-
and Mrs. Laura Anson of Macclenny; Brooker; three brothers, Austin fis; two sons.! Rudolph Griffis;Jr.and Keystone Bank Annex Downtown Hwy 21
: and seven grandchildren. Kelley of Palm Valley, Talmadge Hobble H, Griffis, all of West Palm Keystone Heights, Florida 32656
Kelley of Tallahassee, and J.W. Beach; three sisters Mrs. Joann
Funeral services were held at 10 Kelley of Brooker; three grand- Hayes of Toronto. Canada. Violet
A.M.: Friday, June 29, at gravesidewith children and four great grand- Griff of Starke. and Vivian Griffis of
) Rev. David Hodges officiating. children. West Palm Beach; and one brother.
Burial was in Crosby Lake Cemeterywith Funeral services were held Friday John J, Griffis: also of West Palm
Jones Funeral Home of Starke in June 22,at 11 a.m.in the Chapel of Ar Beach. ? THE MEAT STORE
charge of arrangements. Masonic chie Tanner Funeral Home of Starke Funeral services were held Saturday
t rites were conducted by Bradford with Rev. D.E. Willis and Rev. Jim- April 23. at 10 a.m. at Mizell. 105 Edwards Road 964.5082 ,
Lodge No. 35 F&AM.: my Sullivan officiating. Burial was in Faville-Zern Guardian Funeral
i Dedan Cemetery with Archie Tanner Chapel in West Palm Beach. Burial
Funeral Home in charge of ar- was: in HillcreM Cemetery.!

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tri".. "(">rngeimpeding thl"Ith "
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oI'l'lfl.1 ..wtcrmdonsLittM A'sort.v'nvv halift'n' in a seasonal I decline. Con- ", ,
>ih tini.t.uk firms and \.tli the '
of the Commissioner ner said. For many spring crops the f:
peak shipping season. Seaboard Coastline Railroad to get all
of Coni Florida shipping season is virtuallyover.
Agriculture Doyle -
the help we can to move the .
i ner said recently. watermelons ,

Conner said he has risked the However shippers moved i
Conner appealed to truckers who :
I-M.72U.UW pounds of melon.sin the
Marketing Division to keep in touch
for hauling
: have appropriate equipment week ending June 16; compared with
watermelons to make it available with truck slops and other points : the week.
KMJtW.ilW pounds
i. market the large melon where commodities haulers congregate previous
\ to help crop. and 96.580.UUi! pounds the week ending
to gel the word out that more
June 2. Conner said. "The next two
equipment will be needed for the peak
"With the holiday season comingup weeks will be very heavy if we get the
,there is going to be heavy demandfor period. trucks." Commissioner Conner said.

Florida watermelons! .- providedwe Shipping of melons! ha:$been on the
have the equipment available to increase for the past: several weeks The watermelon harveM is very active
haul them to northern markets," Conner while colume of other commodities in all areas of Florida. .

::1, said. 8 a.m. 8 p.m. CUSTOM CUT
"We are working closely with FLORIDA TWIN & WRAP MEAT
President Jerry Brown of I IhP Florida Seven Days A Week
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QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED'
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I I BROADLOOM CARPETS 'PO'_. tnwutwsplpua._..-__..:.....:". A yJLIS
Some carpel specialty stores 111 George Old
'feature "broadloom" carpets. Mon. thru Fri. 7:00, 9:20 Vodka Lord I J J J' Cordons

That's great but what are Sat & Sun. DickelNo. 'Craw Bacardi'
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broadloom carpets? Simply 4:30.7:00.9:20 (100% CalvertCanadtar ,,, Gin, ,
; (defined broadloom is a term .; 8 sdurbon Rum

5 I of measurement referring to Wednesday Morning Matinee I Grain) ''LTR

w i any carpal mode 54 inches in 11 a.m. AI Seats '2.00Jfdy I 730 LTR LTR t 1.75, "
LTR
Ii width or wider.Broadloom '

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(, is a term developed'by persons .

ri In the carpet industry to r ,-'
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:' distinquish wide lengths of '

f I carpet from those that are 36 Clan James

'inches or less in width. At one Beefeater Seagrams } .. ,:
McGregor ff Messrs
time,, widths of 27 and 36 inches Mart thru Fri: 7:10, 9:25: Gin 7 foxes .:
1Q r'or.
were standard measures Sat'& Sun. Scotch nadl4 Rum ; '

I with certain carpet monufaclurera. 4:45 710.9:25 750. LT R MiRV'' .
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i" ,carpef. Just com in'' and pick i879 r199 '', .
301 DRIVEINStarke ,
1 out the style you like. We will ; :699 '6' :

'F ",help you figure put the 9 4-7484 .
,number of .square yards of "
carpel which you need. Fri. Sat. 3wr+.. MM.'IOnL. ; ,-- "\
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I by Lisa Mosleyi pivot, sidepass, how to get leads and boot race.'tracker race; ride! ''a buck, about horses or would like to join the
I .N. teaching the horse to back up, and egg race, bubble gum race, apple bob Bradford County 4-H Horse Club
i June 11-23 (5V4 days) was a concentrated riding without the use of reins, bar- bing and many more games.. ; please call Carolyn Redding, Extension !: :___,_ _
week in Horsemanship School rels, poles, trail jumping and i 4Agent, at 9646280ext. 229. ,
for students and their horses at bareback riding, and more fun Camp is a lot of tun but also a lot of Or if you live in Union County, please "
Welaka, Florida Horsemanship games. English riding emphasizes hard work. I look forward to coming call Diane Hayes, Program. Assistant
School Camp. Attending camp' this sitting, obtaining better balance,jum- to camp. It is one of the highlights, of at 496-2321. L
year from Bradford County was Amy ping, riding without stirrups, and my year. "
Black",Lisa Mosley and 4-H Leader riding without the use of reins, another ,
Barbara Mosley. Attending from games. By the end of the week, Basically we are interested in the We are planning' to increase our
Union County was Penny Stalnakerand you see a big difference' in yourselfand quality of riding and horse shows. Our membership in our club for the up- _
4-H Program Assistant, Diane your horse. club is not only a horse'club, but also coming 1984-65 year. We have a lot of

Hayes. The week winds down with play day' teaches us to develop in the community fun such as trips, horse shows, parties .

'; Like a scene from a western movie, on Friday. You and your horse are instills 'community pride and in- tral rides project record books, Penny Stalnaker and
creases awareness of. he value of movies, demonstrations, and Pegasus
the ranch hands get up with the tested on Friday to see how well you cur ( many

chickens, eat a hearty breakfast and have improved in your riding skills. things. -.more-things....-., -
saddle up. Riders and horses line the Then we have fun games the rest of If are
corral at 7:30 a.m. waiting for their the day such as barrels, ribbon race you interested )in teaming

instructors, for three hours of hard .-., ----Y --
riding and lessons or'maybe a three
hour trail ride.
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But these ranch hands are not what

one might expect. They range in age
from 12 to 18 years of age and come
from all over Florida.
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These young people come Welaka For qualified applicants making a 1 N
Conservation Camp where they learn min. $300 purchase under bur revolving i- '$
everything they can about riding charge financing 'Iplothrou.ght
training and caring for horses.Whenthe General Electric Credit| 1
week-long camp ends, 'each girl
which calls for finance:
Corp. p
'and boy knows about everything
just Annual __. -
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chargedetermin.d at Ian _
from English and Western riding to ,
horse psychology. Percentage Rate of 18% with a

Min. Finance Charge of $\..00.r. ,
Each day starts at 5:45: a.m. with ; ,r IIINwNpNN .......-........uN0llUNl ,
=., '---- -
feeding the horses, flag raisin,, ,,--:: .
breakfast, cleaning' the cabins i IPAOMAXIeYICXOWAVOVIN
x J! .,.,_M.IXIIn, rInpYIpoE1, fewu.m N
ing the horses and lessons at the .
wrm mpn.Ylop' Innl
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After lunch the .
rest
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arena. campers c C.'N'LNnryrlbq"
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awhile before going to a lecture which at P : g;nal7Ja "" ....... .f ,; ; 1
deal with nutrition for 1750 +
may caring N..$000SAVE n,' '
their animal and a variety of other LaWI shoo e,
topics. : :. r ;'G MPINDW1111O

After dinner there is another three II ,LLJL' J i I ytlNWWANNII '

hours of riding followed by a movie, a I LMD/EAiAEITY LMOICW01. ..I'OMVIN'fiDYCL1 '' .
WAIN1e + r 1 aNbm.Il.rpulMpr
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trip to the canteen and more games. 1 LaalublN Mmily411eb/M ",'I pm tlYMN rpuINMIm
r D.YN nrM1 br Nn111 IXM plwmlN,...amp lrY.ntlbNNnMMqW ... .
Lights are "supposed" to be out at 11 1 tl. .IN /n rnnm MUh nIn lWYm9...MPIraNNI
tp/1/XC Yan p wn ,nm Lm. ..mtlum, -
Lisa'Mosely and ThunderWANTED Nralln sanM upn VUyb Xp Awlup
OM.VOMICt. DIUVIXICIII O
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p.m.We CUBf AND COLD WATIHK3 / .
also lean about sportsmanshipand 5 au h.flA/ou It IfMtw nI nor Me1NJVMN Wo.Now$400.00

how to get along with each other nnmltlar..N.tl, pNWnNPI Lbnn W r SAVIUO '
and our horses. We make a lot of numlanr nn wuYmM/P.r/ IYMrN.rlan _... ,
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friends fromall over the state of '

Florida. Htw$1400 .' 1 ;.+y
SAVE $200 :
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averages
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55 stunts weekly, June through Ju-

ly.courses Since In the horsemanship camp' is concentrated, students 30 people to LOSE 10-30 IDS. and' Share. )n''

must already be accustomed to riding ,i" I
and caring for their own horse. Company Profits. .

Classes are divided into beginning, intermediate .' a
and advanced groups. 7:00: PM TUESDAY NIGHT Mo/X ccuxtteropovlx-Jar o J ,MPNneblDDa r MPtli10111tF10
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Sessions are taught in Western and :'' "'r' ;*,* .INeII.touch. WAY.onlfoW C...... f-r HANOI IIFCLMYN00WNrelwNnm WITH..DIGITAL... CLOCK* r rotl0e/AT1
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English riding, showmanship and lur Mmttfweve Convection Nbl"NPNIMnIM1 MI Nb I 11W G OroNWA1NlX
,; C.MnMMlmr utee ban:lot tpewl: '.r.:.r,m.. NU PNN ImMllq... ror.LXUewecraInppNWMl'W ,.. /
halter. Western includes learning toTwo IIJ. I MnYM.IW Mal'piY n l 0'MCIIOWw/l Iramn monnbnnp NN
CINh10 gum* Igr.MM/NNr.fl.. n
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Home of Ted and Joyce 1..1110 lo.JTOOSAVE '' "='U1Y.Nm Mw'wem Bu.M HMtlt b'am ,ll rt
$69SrVoitSM Igmn cbnnwl.M/
.X'vI : SAVE ,100 ti ,1 NVnNIh CVm+lnp, EonnM: WnI$/ODPNPWP'7

Businesses Sold, .., .. .\ L .n ... -_ J82-3210L;.' i ,- .,..NcM.nlnDYWM.rm .9'R.oon New SAVE ISO 999Wot '

In..Starke. Last Week BUY NOW'!' Row'"T 3D.\ ..
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Land sales In Bradford CountSiir*r R'11Wtl"? "r 225 1 right on N.w3: ;h 5t SAVE SI95REDFEARN

ing the past week totalled $258,300.: i '
Two Starke business properties sales (Approx. \/4 mile) SERVICES .
were finalized the City Fish &: Meat I
Market and the Chevron Service Sta ---- .
tion.All sales are listed as follows; Hwy 21 N Keyslorte Shops

Mark A. Hodges lot in Lake Hamp- 473-7707
ton Oaks replat to William D. &: IT'S VACATION"r.rIME '

Beverly A, Lane for $5,500.
Betty Rogers a parcel of land in WE WILL CLOSE'
',block 19 of original town of Starke to
)Mark T- Kendall for 27000.
Julian C. Fulton,Sr. sold lots 1,2 &:3 TUESDAY, JULY .
of block 6, Crosby Lake Shores to Don 10. '
&: Jean G. Miller for 8000.
Mark Elaine Olin an acre of land
on Pleasant Grove Rd. to Thelma REOPEN&July! 24"Now's ." .
Goodwlne for $4,000. ; ,

17.6 Bradford acres on,, Land Wilson&:, Cattle Road to Co.RobertE. ,< Inc A Good Time' To Diet" .;: 1.W'MI 1.k 1.. =---.

& Sueko H. Biggs for $35,000.
::1 Sampson Lake Properties, Inc. lots PASTRY SHOP i
in Breamwood Point and lot in
Breamwood Point Lakeview to Billie 138 E. CALL :STREET 'I STARKE 964.589Q. .. .. \r
C. Elaine Woods for .' "
Cowart &
Faye :
$38,000. .... ," I I'I'
Ernest W Allen sold the City Fish&:
Market property on E. "
Meat

t.' Brownlee in Starke to Billy Ray l vtS1i: OPEN 8.5:3OaMon: ; ..FrI. 8.12'S't.. ',
Hardenbrook for $60,000. I I
r. ,f William Silcox, Sr sold the Chevron Stop By or CaU :
\\1.'. Service Station property adjacent to ) O.r (''
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the US-301 Bradford In Starke County to.Carl Courthouse Hurst for on, .. '964-7911; ; '. '' 15'Years .,' ViII p.'

$63, I ExperienceFAST 1
Sampson Lake Properties sold FRlENDLY'SEHVlCe" l ,
., .lot 24 of Deerfoot Trail to Tom H. &: .
\ : Rena W. Herndon for $17,000. Hwy. 301 407 N. Temple Aver .,I', I i'' X Tw4i ,.

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LJi; i HAIR" CUTTING Stocking this t "Battsrfes' YOU: May, Need I .double dresser; mirror,, "

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:! KEYSTONE HEIGHTS SHALLOW AND DEEP WILL PUMPS PVC CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK. AXLES TIRES ,.. IIMEROCK SALES 783-3172,
,: REALTY, REALTOR pipe and fittings.' Water softeners kitchen cabinets and trim Mobil. home and spaces for rent. Highest price,' Lawtey. 2/23 Hrr1'
L ; Rental Property Available Bryan Ace Hardware. Keystone Hats.., Reasonable prices. Call 473-4018 carpentry.after ,Recreational vehicle welcome Phone Shop 301 Sooth.. ; B FT. 2 light florescent fixtures, $5
ZONED FOR BUSINESS C.ntrallocatlon 473.40065/24 tfnchg 5:30 1/5 tfnchg 468-3912. 9/16 tfn 11/03 tfnchg each. Discount for large quantities) call
g on HWY-21. 850 sq.ft., $300 p.r mo. AMWAY PRODUCTS; Call to place your CARPET p.m.AND VINYli repair and Installatlon MOIILE HOMES FOR RENT One mile AXLES TIRES 373.7523.6/14 4tehg 7/5
order, Need extra Income?Call us for' from Starke city limit Clean. Hwy. 16 MobileHome, : BLUEBERRIES U-PIck or
estimate Ten
COTTAGE on LAKE BROOKLYN Free I
E211t detail 4733671.510 year W. Call 4681323. 10/07 tfn, 10/13 tfn ,
tfnchg order Mon.-Sot., 0
'_ weekly, $200 plum r.fundobl. $50 experience Call 473-4217 and ask for we pick on Open
LONGNECKERS BLUEMRRWS. .U-PtCK OR CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On GOOD USED Sunday: 2:30.6:30: p.m.
Craig. 3/17 tfnchg a.m.9pm.
deposit.CMELROSE2BR
cleaning WE PICK ON ORDER. 16 W. Close to Call house I
Open MonSat.,8a.m. Hwy prison lull will Earlton and tee signs. 468-2483 or
kinds home
HANDYMAN of area
2 Both home, fireplace. 6 repair, 468.323.10101 tfn. '964-8088 .
p.m. Sunday 2:30 p.m. 6:30 mobilehome repair, and fix-up need. Mary ..73.2702.6/1<1 tfnchg
't. scren porch utility room available p.m. Eorlton area and see signs No lob too small Minor plumbing STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly, monthly GOLD. ETC..We SADDLE For pleasure ;;riding.
July IS. $300: a month. 468-2483 or 473-2702, 6/14 tfnchg repairs. Cleaning service. Light haul. :, ,rates. Palms Apartment! 2314 N. Temple 'gold, silver Beautiful markings. Used a few times.

COMMERCIAL VACANT PROPERTY-'off THOROUGHBRED MARE In foal to Krlmp Ing. Call Jim .'3-3671 day or evening. Ave. 7/28 tfn 964-.238.6/28 Very good condition. Looks like new.
Hwy 26 and Latchstring Road Melrote. Go Setum' for 1985. Call 475-2482 of RIGHT, SUNNY ROOM with bath. Opposite NEED MONEY $220.964.7512.6/28 tfn
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY. 3736313. 2tchg 62875YEARLING PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICE Complete Starke Post Office. Ask for Mrs mowing yard | BED ft LAZY BOY RECLINERS Full
Realtor, .73..'" FILLY by Pink Skegg: Call lawn care and maintenance. Lyons. Must see to appreciate. Affordable Scott, 964.5708 set plumbers tools. Also gas pump for
6/21 tfnchg 475-2482 or 372.6313.21chg 6/28-7/5 Commercial or residential, Freeestimates. rotes FEMALE WANTED 50 gal drum. 964.6896.6/28 3tpd 7/12
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 2BR furnished TWO-YEAR-OLD Klrmp Elmer filly. 475-2197 evenings. 6/28 ROOM FOR RENT BY THE MONTH) lady. Live In, NEW ROTO.TILLERs With attachments -
684-6634 Pleasure or game propsect. 475-2482 W/SwImmlng pool. Mold service, alary. $250; 1974 Ford Torino
; A/C, $170
a mo. plus deposit
t 6/14tfnchg or 372.6313.2tchg 6/28-7/9 MISCELLANEOUSALCOHOLICS linens Included. Restaurant and loungeon 2tchg 112MATURI needs motor. $185; room air conditioner -
TWO-YEAR-OLD Krlmps Elmer Gilding premise, Utilities Included., WOMAN ,
2-BR, 2 Bath doublewlde $75. 964 8809 offer 5:30: p.m.
jFURNSIHED 15.2 hand Hunter/Jumper prospect. $300/mo. Free parking. Econo Lodge of son few hours .
lakefront CH/A, deck FOR SALE OR RENT 24x64.
; acreage. large ANONYMOUS Closed .
475-2482 or 312.6313.2tchg 62875. Starke, 9647600. 5/03 tfn 964.5356
t Fish boat, swim picnic. Mowing fur. I9B4 WEANLING APPALOOSA stud colt meeting Monday 8 p.m. Openmeetings NQW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 7/05 or Will Invest South of Starke 6 miles on ,
nished. No pets. K.y.ton.M.lra.ei by Boogie John our of Krlmps lulu.' Friday 8 p.m. Alanon Mon BA apt. For more Information call Lake SOMEONE WITH 301 & 18. 6/28 4tpd 7/19
$300:! a month $150 deposit. day 8 All meeting at Educational FOR SALE 25-yr. accumulation.
475-2482 or 372.6313.2tchg 62875OFFICI p.m. Butler Apts., 496-3141. Equal Oppor- Whispering .
Phone collect 62875OCEAN to, Mountains, N.C., closing
725.8945.2tchg ,, Building Community Church 473.2790, Moving
DESKfl$21.00, Chest of Drawer tunity Housing 6/7 tfnchg Itpd 7105NEEDEDI
Beach Florida business. 18" 3-speed
FRONTSt. Augustine (2)) ot $25.00 each) Water Bed or 475-2130.617 tfnchg LOT IN MOBILE HOME PARK Keystone Dayton
N.w 2BR condo. furnished, 3day. woodcutting band saw; Dltchwitch
fully OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS No duel,
w/heater/beokcese headboard Heights. $55 month. Across from Lake Come :
week-month tennis, rock.tboll.lacuzzl. program. Model 99 trenching machine;
pool fees or weigh In*. Open meeting compactor
$75.00 Dark Pine Student Desk.525.00 Geneva. 473.7560.6/20 Btpd 8/16 p.m. Pratt St. .
? 9O 71.0932. 4tchg 7526. Cedar Book Shelf $20.00 Old bike Tuesay's, 7:30 p.m. Community Church 9 'BR. 1% BATH HOMES Carpet and NEED A elec, concrete mixer; concretefinishing .
"PANELLED OFFICE & RECEPTION AREAS $10.00 each Call 470-1497 Itpd 7/8 Educational Building. Keystone drape, kitchen equipment. Out In the Eollne Green machine: air compressor.Sean
Available Jun. 15. Parking SR-21 In IS ft COBIATrl-Hule( ) 55 h.p. Height. 473.2790.1/5 tfnchg country. $250 month. 468.2339. 6/28 tfn negotiable Itpd 2 horizontal hp; air compr tank..tor-5 assorted hp singlephase air
Keystone shops, 4737707. 5/17 tfn Chrysler/tilt trailer $1.200 473-7321 BINGOlAMERICAN LEGION HALL Post t-ROOM EFFICIENCY Furnished. In EXPERIENCED ;
OFFICE SPACE: Suitable for medical of. after 2:30 weekday Itchg 7/5. 202 SR-21 north, Keystone Height Lawtey. 782-3458 6/38 Hn at home. No : hoses, Senco nail guns; metal cutting
flc... Available June 15. Parking SR-21 1914RINAUIT "ENCORS"bought Jan Saturday Bingo 7:30: p.m. Public In 3 LARGE FURNISHED ROOMS I BATHl charges. Large band saw; engine hoist; Black &

_N. Keystone shops, 473.7707. 5/17 tint $7.000 Sal. $5,900 473-7321 after 2:00 vited. 3/31 tfnchg $150 and $75 security dep. No pet. Occupant Rt. 3, electrical Deck.r'pan.1 wiring saw 8; 20-ton supplies shop; concrete press;

p.m. weekday., Itchg 7/5 Also have on. 2-room and bath furnished 32091. Itpd 7/05 finishing tools assorted hand tools;
WANTED GOLFERS DELIGHTNew stucco home 2 LAND FOR SALE apartment $160 and $75 sec, SNAKES WANTEDi router table; drag-type asphalt'
blks from Clubhouse. All utilities Included. No Rattlesnakes ;
I 3BR 2BA CH/A dep. pets.
spreader; 18 hp Wisconsin engines.
VACATION TIME Is your secretary tak. wooded lot. By owner 473-2398. 2tpd ONE ONE-EIGHT ACRE LOTfor sale by 9648071. Itpd 7/05 964.5691.7/05 Partial Hit-Coll 4681187. 5 miles S.Stork. .

ing a vactlon soon or someone sick In 7/5.12. owner In Keystone Height Call KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mobile homo. 2 BR, ., US 301, cross tracks, 4th houseon
the office? I will fill In for you. Good 14 GRIFT CKAFT1982 with 24 Mercury 473-7770. Cleaned for house ordoublewlde. Across from Lake Geneva $155/mo. 0 right. 1 Itpd 7/05
reference) Call 473-2898 after 530: motor 1983 electrical tart 1984 traitor Asking $3,6001tpd 7/5 Furnished/Unfurnished. 4737560. 6/28 WASHER Good condition $85.
p.m. 5/4tfnchg Asking $3,500 ColI.73-7013. Itchg Itfr FIVE ACRESneor Keystone on 214. $500 Btpd 8/16 964.8424. 20 Cu. Ft. Hotpolnt chestfreezer
7/3-12. down. $138.03 month. Call 473-4058 2 BR, 1 BA HOMES In town.Like new. SEWING'
CASHIER AND CLERK Part-time Able to $250 964-8424. I tpd 7/05
work weekends and night. Must applyIn QUIET CLEANComfortable 2BR 28A after 6 p.m. tfnchg Itf,. 7/5 CHIA. Fenced yard. No pets. Couple makes cleaned, HEATER Electric, 60,000 btu. 2
person at Chevron Food Mart, SR-100 house In Keystone Club Estate CH/AC 100 FT LOTHillcrest Lake $500 down. only. $350 month plus security. $15. Work yrs. old. Thermostat Included. ,,$ OO.
weathered porch. Call 481.3109 Itchg $120.02 month. Call 473-4058 after 6 9648931. 7/05 tfn Strickland
21 between 9 a m.- 5 p m., Monday 9647822. Itpd 7/05
7/5. p.m. tfnchg I fir 7/5. LOW RENT 1'E' 2 room efficiency No Hwy. 16. Stark.
through Friday. tfnchg 6/14 CONDITIONER for doublewldemobile
RELIEF AND DRIVERIn the Keystone HOUSE FOR SALELake Geneva 3BR-2BA ,127 FT COMMERCIALIot betweeen Mid children or pet. South on 301, by CHAIN LINK home. Duo-Therm. Under war
Heights area for the Cloy County Council Brick house on lake Lane, CH/CA$400 way and Melrose Hwy 21 $500 down. Crosley Trailers. 9647589. Itchg 7/05 estimates. ranty. $500. 964-7822. Itpd 7/05
of Aging. Chauffeur license re month plus security. 473-7777 tfn Itfr. $124.83 month. Call 473-4058 after 6 OFFICE SPACE DOWNTOWN Available Owner Tommy USED RAILROAD CROSS TIES $9 each.
1971 BUICK4 door LeSabre. One owner p.m. 7/5 tfnchg. now. 964.8698 or 9645389. 7/052tchg tfn
quired. Apply 604 Walnut Street, Phone 473-4442. tpd 7/05
$1,000 Call 473-3105. Ttpd. Itfr 7/3-12 7/12 CHILD CARE
Greencove Springs. Itchg 7/5 REFRIGERATOR.iultable forsummer
STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS- Now 2 BR FRAME HOME IN TOWN $200/mth limited State
HOUSES FOR
SALEFOR
best offer
retreat, $60 or ;
Want Ads Get Results available locally; Direct sale, home plus $100 deposit Phone 9648704. Call aid full time : Large dark green couch, cost $500
demonstrations, and fund raisers. Call after 4:30: or all day on weekends.! tfn r'f
4734126. SALE OR RENT- 2BR, 2 Bath home, 7/05 BABYSITTING In new, sell for $100; dark green tweed
LOSTFOUNDCAR Itchg 6/28 on Immokal. Rd. Coll 17449343. Itchg. chair $20. If Interested, call 9648723.
2 BR 2 BAs No pets. No children. or night $25 per
IB FT. 4tchg 6/21-7119. Itpd 7/05
SHASTA TRAVEL TRAILER Self- 9645392. Itpd 7/05 964.4839. 6/28
contained. 6 cu, ft. gas/elee, 3BR/2BACentral Heat and Air, fully ( $' TRAVEL TRAILER New Add-A-Room,
KEYS. Four on blue key chain., La.ton 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME Fur MACHINE
Spring Lake Road. Call,, 473-3459. refrigerator 3 burner stove w/oven. carpeted paneling In living room and nished/unfurnished. On Grlffls Loop. Also have quilt new refrigerator, Ready to go. $1200.
Itfr 7/5 Two bolt on demand water system. hall. 2 cor garage, fireplace, concrete 175mth. $100 deposit. 9648704. Call sizes and .. Call 964.8498. Itpd 7/05
Sleeps 46. $2,000. Call 173.4032.705tfn patio Chrystal Lake ace.... All this for after 4:30: or all day on weekends. 964.8122. 6/21 PIANO $ 50. Call' 9648498.
$49,000. Call 473-2102. 7/5.12 ItpdtfrSubsct'lbe 705KEYSTONE AL.ANON Family Itpd 7/05
HELP WANTED Itchg WOOD HEATER: Open front
30 USED RAILROAD CROSS TIES $9 each. HEIGHTS-LAKI GENEVA p.m. 964.7959
: never been used $275, 964-7512 days.
Phone 4734442. Itpd 7/03 Today I AREA Mobile home. 3 BR, 2 BA. Fully 7/12
CUSTODIANKeystone High School. App 6/14 tfn
LAKE REGION MONITOR furnished. Quiet, private, secluded. JERRY'S
School Board and Stark.
TVi Next
473-2761. $99 to
Clay County
ly up.
Children welcome.$225mo Free .. .
Ads Get Results Spacious grounds.
Want 473-22/0 .
EOE Itfn Itchg 7512Union : Truck Stop south of Storke. 964 8212.
plus $100 deposit. Ph. 46 .1119.
_. 11 124 tfn
9647642. Itpd 7/05 4tchg 7/19
HOME SUPPLIES Windows A
Count}r THAT'S WANT doors, plumbing and elec. supplies;
AdsFOR HELP WANTED WANT also furniture. BARGAIN CENTER, 1
mile South of Starke 3/01 tfn "

HELP WANTED SALE REAL ESTATE EXPERIENCED RETAIL SALESPERSON:, AICaholics FUN AT BEACHES OR MOUNTAINS
Must be high school graduate. Neat inappearance. .. -' : Coin/metal detector RELCO
Pacesetter with 2 heads and) Used .
Be able to write and do cose.
AT HOME! $75.00
PROCESS MAIL per full FOR SELL OR TRADE 1954 CHEVY PICK-UP LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PRO., simple Math.: Apply In person Monday, twice, $100, .Firm. Call '64..9.... .
hundredl) No Experience Part or lIk. new, must see to appreciate. Call PERTYT If I don't have It, I ill find It Just 7/05 :
Itpd ,
July);! 9, between 9 AM and lOAM. BrocL.foicj '
Detail send .
tlfne.\ Start Immediately. 4962308.ufn 5/31 ?, {MVr\ : "" *' .ask. JANE S; USHER u 'GIAS p'R" '
: ;, REALTOR
: Call ATs'73Jlaplphnspnyy
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County Telegraph,, 135 ,, th
C.8.I.092.addressed, P.O.: stamped,bolO 3149,5 envelope SWart::to Fl' ,."-,V19B4 assume_,CHEVROLET balance CAVILIEt-W.owner/no dofen"paym..tCall'496.2152'aft.r :;: ) : ....' JlMlbn'496- 1rawfN.at! I;ar.O4; JfnP" ou'.jI' ,, N'ft) .,call*;!pl.a.it't' am, w days."unghtsV n 8'f ;;;; Also$950.;. metal"eep 4cylinU:: .WIllY(op. :,(1953 e6hbior, /CJ3A.'?:

6/14-7/5 '
33495 4-u-pd 6:00 p.rn: 1-<1ig
Get 964.8494 after 7/05
vVanf Ads/ Results 5pm. Itchg
SHIPPING AND RECEIVING CLERK JOB. 7/5 week. Call -
QUARTERHORSE Gentle for rider.,
PERSONAL SERVICES
Requires heavy letting valid driving. BUTTER BEANS U-pick, $6.00 White orSpeck EXPERIENCED 'HELP on Chicken" Farm. BILL'S SAW SHOP and barrel racing. Price negotiable.Call .
license, and good moth skills. Will consider service, circular
furnish own container.: Leslie .
Call 468-1493.
House furnished 6/28 Floyd Norman 7823380. 7/05
DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC'
student for part-time work during Whitehead 496-2895. 1=pd 7/5 '' 'TANK '4tpd 7/19 mower blade 3tchg 7/19
school year. Reply In own hand writing HOUSE 3 BDRM, 2 BH. W/W carpet, H/A, Package deal; wells drilled water THE CITY OF STARKE will accept applications balanced. Leave $ FOOT TRAVEL TRAILER With awning
P.O. Box 128 Lake Butler, 32054. pumps, new Installation of septic Supply in Storke,
3/4 acre land or same house and 4 3/4
for the position of 'GRADER and roof air, self-contained. 9645485.
drain field and lift
tanks stations. Butler.
2--chg 7/5.12/84 acre land. Assume mtg. at 9 percent. lake
COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH POSITIONS Call 496.3778.2-pd 7/5.12/84 Mobile home poles available. All workguaranteed OPERATOR through July 13.1984.' Apply GLASS CUT TO Itchg 7/05
(Ot City Hall. Merrell Dee office. FT. SHASTA TRAVEL TRAILER Self-
AVAILABLE. 1)) Community Sup. call Tommy Dorman etc JACKSON
MOBILE HOME
1973 12X64 Concord 2 Must hove valid Florida Chauffeur'slicense contained, 6 cu. ft. gas/elec.
2752151. UFN 9/1
port Program Directorto manage BDRM 1 BH, fully furnished whousefurniture 9646078. Orders
able to read write andprepare refrigerator 3 burner stove woven.Two .
NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal and .
delnstitutionalizatlon services; 2)) $4700. Phone 752-3259 Pro Butler: \
6/28 7/05 bolt demand water .
report 2tchg on ystem.Sleeps
Masters Level Counselor or Ph. D. to vidence. 1-pd 7/3/84 pruning. Also firewood oak and pine Heights, -
GOVERNMENT JOIST 4.6. 2000. Call 473.4032.7/05
provide counseling and testing services MISCELANEOUS Washer$100, dryer$85, for sale. Call Thomas Nettles 496-3823. $16.559-$50,553/yeor. Now hiring. For tfn .
primarily for children, 3)) Masters frost free refrlg$150, small refrlg $73.large ufn 12/22
Directory call ((805)) 687.6000, Ext. / ) Belt, Buckles and Hat ,
level Counselor to provide general Want Ads
A/C $175, Phon.752.5259 Pro. R-5504.6/28 4tpd 7/19 bands. Custom work or stock Items. I
..rvlc... Contact Jean Ar '
our patient vidence. 1-pd 7/3 YARD SALE LIFEGUARD Certification preferred. 964-5691. Itpd 7/05, 1es j
nold, Executive Secretary North Fla. MOBILE HOME 1972 Grenadier, 12x65 2 High school graduation required. Call
Mental Health Center, write 10 Box BDRM. 1 BH, window air, 5000. 'Herb Herres, 9645441. 7/05 2tchg 712A (eve roa
418 Lake City 32055. 904.752.6706EOEAA Pow.II'.496-3377. 1-pd ANOTHER BIG GARAGE SALE Turn SELF-STARTING COUPLE FOR STORE
Employer. 1-chg 7/5/84 LONGNECKER BLUEBERRIES U-PICK'or beside Clark'Meat Store on 231 'allow.Ign' MANAGEMENT position In Macclenny. TREE C.
LICENSED LIFE AGENT NEEDED For ..al.sand we pick on order. Open Mon. Sat, 8 Fri. and Sat LOT'S OF Good stoning salary. AC 2 BR.opt. In- Removal Nugent
seryice of large employee group. a.m. 9 p.m. Sunday 2:30 630. BARGAIN'S. Call;: 496.2628.1-chg cluded. House In*. Plan available Ad | Contractor
Bradford/Union area No collections.Call Earlton area and see signs,458-2483 or 7/5/84 ditional fringe benefit Call 1-466-3534 :* Trimming:
Rik D.Vo. 4963978. 2-chg Roildontlol
173.2702.6/14 tfnchg for Interview. 7/05 tfn Stump i Commercial

TWO TWIN BEDS One bras plated twin 'INSURANCEMAINES LAKE CHEVY-OLDSs Need mechanic ,*. Firewood
Home Poles
FOR RENT bed Sears. All new mattresses. Sears Good pay and benefit. Call 964-7900.:
Lg.capacity freezer Call after 5 p.m. 7/05 ItchgFLORIDA ;* Free. 100 :200 AMP

TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES, weekday Anytime on ,weekends. INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. TIMES UNION MOTOR ROUTES 473-4732
FOR RENTt Union County Times, 150 4963894. Itchg 705Subscribe lake Avenue, Lake Butler, 4963978. Available In Starko, lawtey and After 5'P.M.' Free Estimate
Main Street Lake Butler Phone Complete Insurance Service.! TFN. Florahomo. Must have: reliable I -
and be obi.'Iopo.t .
496.2261 for Information TFN 4/1 transportation telephone Keystone
MOBILE HOME 2 BDRM. 1 BH, air cond.. ; $250 cash bond deposit Call -
located In Worthington Springs. No I OverlOOChann.lsr 964c561S, Mon.-Frl. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. or Licensed $ In :iiJane's
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::: ? office at 605 N. Temple Avo.
pets Phone 496 2308. ufn 6/28 "* come by '
MOBILE HOME All electric 2 BDRM. 2 BH CARLSON 7/05 2tchg 7/12

Shady lot. Phone 496-2842. 1-chg 7/5 take Buffer' : IE- Home Satellite.Systems, 'Inc. 'ClassIfIed Ads Bog Gfo'iJmingq

Call VIckI 496-2261 f Hwy. 100 W-Keytone Heights r

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Imported Auto Service20.Yr. : V.SATURDA 'Jrr 3J8am.'e5p.m
8x10 Building $564 ,,GIsOPENMCNDAY:, ,;

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l' 4 9 :take Colt. Butler Vlcfcf: 1 $50 .......-, $38 mth. homed ,Newly constructed with all! energy Now Open"AT ;

496-2261 '* Used Copying Mcchlne $1400' C..h, [efficient feature. ,,A'golJy.'kltch."t,' serve I ,

mo. or reef S7S per. ..ssb.IEwlMeo I both'dining area and breakfast nook.Com-: .

Electronic, 'Heevy DutyTypewriter plete with deck and ,
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NETTLES ,,$ele .49? cah or t'* to garage. : 'J ,\ '
14x602m2 _It. $M own.. $44 per "'th. (Walking distance of Keystone School and u" t'' 'i i
TREE. Demogee1tFlr. "Proof, ,4 ,DR rile, Golf. Course,Club "Houses 1 ''$57,900 'ii:; :' t PUR', EW ,LOCATION, ,

/ BATHUncle SERVICE Cabinet 5491; wwiM:ell' new for $,1I, NOW Builder/RotOlto*.,f: ': .: p' '; \,:3':MHcs :North on Hwy. :301 /.'" ":' ,

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t '284-6823 Thomas O. Nettles THIS WIll ONLY 10*PriSt.o No. 10f Write, or call lot tormo io1 l Q.p8rechw.s 4 > ;1' ,I,; ,v::

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CLASSIFIED to ADVERTISING the should b.submitted SATURDAY JULY 7| Twin canopy bed IS IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JHPS FOR U FORECLOSED HOME-LAKE SANTA Hi 2. "

Bradford County' curtains, cloth., shoes, mist, Corn.rof through the U.S.Government; Get the BR 1 BA. $29,500. Any reasonable offer Fire Last
office
Telegraph In 41.000 Chimney
advance unless credit writing I I.and alreadyestablished paid In 225 and 29 (Bayless Hwy.l) Sevei/ facts today: ) Call ((312)) 742-1142. ; "Exit will be considered. 964-5010 3/08 Year.$9 million damage to !
families. 609. 5/31 EOW 7/12 : !
9-4:30. Itchg 7/05 tfn
THE TELEGRAPH with this STAFF off c. CARPORT BALI Furniture and'm 1976 DOOOI MONACO Good con ltlo;,. ;'FOUR BIDROOMi Den; large living room homeowners Don't.EstImotela Jet this !!
CANNOT BEHELD to'you.
RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKls'IN other Items. Frl. and Sat, July 617. Orlg. owner $900. 9646530 6/28' and dining room. Kitchen has eat-In .I hp pen Call 64 827e
10S8 S. Water St. Itchg 7/05 3tchg 7/12 bar "Newly remodeled, tile bath new,
CLASSIFIEDS! WHEN AD. IS TAKEN OVER DODOI'ASP'INWAOONI PS. >1 B, AM til 9PM .
THI TELEPHONE THOR ft FRI.I 9.5 Rain or shine. Boys 1910 ,, carpet and ready to' move In, Nice MondaySaturday l
Classified and girls' clothing stroller: AC Beige. Runs good.$2473,782.po7": shaded fenced lot. Priced right,
deadline Is TUESDAY refrigerator 'ond other misc. items. ItcH 7/05' 33500. Call '463-3998 after 5, 6/14 .Blankeni"htaCrtlmneySvVt PHONE. 964*777"'
NOON prior to Thursday publication. 1980 PLYMOUTH HORIZON PASTMCKzPS. CECILIA
w..t Butler Rd. Starke. Itpd 7/05 4tpd 7/05
Minimum charge Is 15 words for$2.73, FURNITURE CLOTHING FLEA MARKlY PB, AC. 4-speed trans. AM-FM BY OWNER 3 BR J'-Vi- BA. CHI A. In Clay ERWILIEGAR. 205 N. Tempi, Stark I

then. 10 cents for each word thereafter. ITIMSi Much misc.2 mil.N.of Starke radio r/wlndow defogger and louvers, County. One year old. $47,900. doll' *. mi-
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on Hwy 301. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thurs.. cast aluminum wheels. 52,000 miles .473-7372 475-1387 or 1.259-4520.6/28' 1 |
BUSINESS Nice car. $2473. 7823307. Itch 7/03 Pretty Home In lawteyNW, 75th Ave.
Fri. S Sat. Itpd 7/05 2tchg 705MAIFOROLAKI '
OPPORTUNITIES MULTI FAMILY YARD SALES Frl.'and Sat., 74 MERCURY COUGAR) AC, neW>tIrss.runs BUTLEftt CBS home 3 BR Shop' & Compare!!] I 2Vi, Ac. Selling price $43,500. Owner

96. Baby items, clothes toys, misc. excellent. Asking $1,000. Contact; 1% BA. Utll. room,garage, 1404 sq.:ft Special Insurance for! financing. 20%: down. ]J2%.for 15 'year
Items. House No. 2206 Cypress Drive. Richard Beale-at Jo-lu Motel"Room 1:2. on. 1 ot:'. $39,900.: $1400 down. Near Mobile Home. Parks] (............
IAN UP TO S1500/MONTH Part tlm. In Prison Compound. Itchg 7/05 CARS, '2'oV TRUCKS, $1001' Now SR-121 and Sinclair Rd. By owner Call .All types of 'home-l l
Health and Nutrition. W. need ambitious FRI. ft SATr On. mil. out of City on available In your area. Call 1-755-4)49 or 1.7556238'.v.nlng.. owners policies for] BUYER BENEFITS *'READ, CAREFULLYTWO
people who work well with the SR 100. On left. 60" round antique 1-1619)569-0241.)) 3tpd 7/12 ,' 6/28 2tpd 7/05 mobile homes. STORY ANTISHlllM.: .! 4J5 Wolnut. Lovely,
public. Find out how Friday July 13, table,small wood cook stove and misc. '11' CHEVETTEt Good condition. $2500. BY OWNERt :3 BR; CHIA. large spacious on appro 1 Ac 2-car gor. ,. many. pecan
7:30 p.m. Starke Rec. Dpt. Pratt St. Items. FREE ANTIQUE PIANO. Itpd 964,8369.7/05 2tchg 7/12 'or workshop on acreage.Call 964.5356 or Call for Quote tr_.. Estate .. ..... .
.For. further Info, call 782.3415 or 7/05 1973 CHEVY PICKUPS Short wheel base, 964.6668 after 9 p.m. 1 Itpd 7/05 Olln's. 'M blleHomo"Sales .4 LOTS) Bessenl. Mimosa; leautlful, W OdH.'In el-
782.3503.7105 2tpd 712BOATS FRI. ft SAT.. 9-a.m. to,4 p.m.. 1 Vi miles '350 ,engine.. Foiltrac tlon,;,rear,' end, ,3 BR, 1 BAs' Furnished 11x24 screened ty limits. Only $6,904 ... A rare offering,'
West 100. Look for signs. Baby clothes, pew fires, $1500 cash, .6 'o.,"..,ill,,,2. porch, 10x20' workshop % acre COMPLETELY RENOVATED Cory: brick stucco o"
cloth., shoes, odds and ends, dishes, Strawberry Acres, turn,r right at first garden. 964.8417.,7/05 4tpd 7/26 Rd. 230A. 3 BR. 1 BA. CHftA Beautifully decorated.:
pots and pans. Rain or shine. Itpd 7/05 driveway. 1st mobile home. 7/05 2tchg Elaine, M. Olin. 'Agent SECLUDED, CHARMING, unique hideaway h......

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Clothes, fur 7/12' '..! "NEW"Immediate 964.5606 Only 6 old. !..tory. I BR 3'A BA CHftA,
14 FT.FIBERGLASS BOAT with 25 hp M.r. nlture, quilts B misc. Items. 805 N. 1971 OLDS .OY ALl Ml, AC PS. P'. Occupancy. seperate yrsV office In city: limits, fish pond on 7 ecres.
cury motor. Practically brand new. Westmoreland ,St.. off Pratt St. Itpd Crvlse control. One owner, "'.P O 3 BR, 2 BAVShoped Have to see to believe)
Wont to sell. 9M-8553.1(05 2tchg 7/12 7/05 original miss Radial tires, -runs : ;" L ft D Rooms RO-excellent
VACUUM -S3.: ACRES BESSENT ft FLUME awn.rflnanclnl.
15 FT. BOAT motor, trailer and extras. MULTI-PAMILYS Saturday 92. Inside perfect. $2650.782.3307.1tchp,1/OS'f' Highlighted by Stone
$1550. 964.8424. Itpd 703IS'10" BCYA Inc. (Old Moose) on Griff Loop. 197B CHEVY MONTI CARLO Vel...In- .p'p1. ft Coth. Cell. I SALE: GREAT COMMERCIAL, will sell one acre OPPORTUNITY'; live acres er 250 more on US
Itpd 7/05 tenor tilt wheel wind BR,.ST .
THUNDERBIRD .
TRl-HULL BOAT power $54,500
FAMILY SALE wom.ns 301 x ,130'. Joins old Gulf station on 301 ft SR-16,
THREI Mens, Dr. locks
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AM/FM mil.
with 115 hp Evlnrude electric engine St.AC. 68,000 VA. FHA Conv.Terms NEW & USEDWe
kid., and baby clothes. Lots of'ml.c. $2950, Call 782-3471 or..782-3503. Itpd ... Busiest corner In town
and Gator lilt' trall.r Excellent condition '*. .31.IIUIlDERMOBilE
Our Own'' SMASHING, CONTEMPORARY. Architect Tom Torfnerear
Finance
Items. Tak.16 West to Morgan Rd. .
$2,000.974.6782. Itpd 7/05 turn, right 2nd trailer on right. Sat., ft. MOTORCYCLES"' ::: .; KIRBYS' designed. this handsome, 2-.tory, cedar, at
19112. FT. PERFORMANCE' BARRACUDA Sun., ,-6. Itpd 7/05 I' HOMES ROYALS' Country Club. 25S4 ... It. on i lots......... Insul.
OAT with 350 Chevy englng. OMC LOTS OP GOOD STUFF ladies Clothes,, :FOR SALE EUREKAS! Fireplace. Only 3 yrs.old. SP$178.000 mtg.$73.000
stern! drive with power. tilt. 964.8396. szs.. 8-'2, childrens cloth.,, sz.,1-4:, '192 HONDA CX: .SOOi, Water? cooliW,; at 9%%,'Mo. Pmt. $"*.". .
''mens med.; shoes for all. 130 N. drive shaft, Sears b..t lairing A trunk, HOOVERS 1000.000 VIEW FOR $165,000t.Troly magnificent,
LAND FOR SALE Ch.rry St. across 'from Teal Tile ft less than 8,000 -miles. 'In excellent ,SKYLINE .MOBILE HOME CENTER Hwy. ELECTROLUX' residence 207' on Little take Santo Fe. 3 BR, 3 V%
Carpet. Sat., 93. Itchg 7/05 shape. $1300 or trod. for street legal 301' N. Starke, 9M-...., 964-4778.. 'FILTER. QUEENS" BA, 3.000 Sq. Dramatic Waterfront. .. .
MOVING-MUST SELL 25-ysor occumulolion. dun. buggy. 964-8442. 1 Itpd 7/O5 Come out and check out the bargains.Talk ;SEARS LAKE BROOKLYN; 100 white sand beach.
sugar
THREI I ACRE LOTS on SR-227-Brooker, Just.a partial list of,office and (1978 SUZUKI 550 GSt Runs good. Look"good. to Walter (Bud)Alvare for a great COMMERCIALWe I Ideal for leisure living. $47.000 Mr/mtg of S28.MB.
Rd. 52.995. $300 down $53 a month; business equipment;" construction'tools Less"than 16,000 actual miles. deol. ror"mor. Information,.call Roy'Wells
all makes ,
repair I -IF THE BEST HAS ALWAYS BEEN A CHALLENGE
964.5606.9/15 tfn household Items $693.: located at Douglas 407, 964525afte, 5 PM.
; ; antiques; Battery 1.7:
Roomy BR, 3 BA brick on Ac. At Country>> Club.,
ONE ACRE LOT Facing For.yth.Rd. building materials; color TV; 22 fu. ft. N. Temple Av. Itpd 7/05 4/26 tfn .
I AI.Young's 904 RAIFORD ROAD Comfortable 3 Ig. BR s,,3 full
$3.000. $400 down and $70 month.; chest freezer; matching lov. seat and ,. SEMI-FURNISHED trailer and lot In good .
964-5606 1/12 Hn couch; 2 matching green chairs MISCELLANEOUS condition. Fenced,In,back yard. .AC, Since 1957 ...th.. Encgaroge.ce'd porch, fene'd bkycud.Cb, ;

NEW DEVELOPMENT. Approx. /i ac. bedroom suits, stereo; Lory-Boy; barstools well pump ond septic tank already Storage bldg. Pav'd driveway/. Nlc.ly landscaped. .
lots. Paved streets, central water $100 : grandfather;clock; portacrlb,, : 13 down, call after 5 p.m., 375.01860.6/21 964.6918 METICULOUS DESIGN ft CONSTRUCTION .Brand.
dn. $73/mo. Owner financed. and chair CLAY HILL PEED Middleburg. percent ;KEYSTONE HEIGHTS new VA FHA ft Conv.terms.3 BR.3 BA wcethedralcellng
couch Handyman
secretary'sdesk Special-
matching ; 3 Miles north of
ho.... 1001 Ibs. $9.50; 13.5'percent .
473.3454.3/29 tfn fireplace skylight fon.154.500.TO
manual 12x60 down and
and chair; office chairs; Champion. Nothing
LOT AND ACRE for sale In county and city calculator; filing cabinets, book shelf; steer, 1001 Ibs. $8 40: Ammonia $35 month. Needs kitchen and bath SEE IT IS TO LOVE ITi Charming, early'new
For Information call 964-6833. 628IS1 map/blueprint file; larg. drafting table mltrate, per ton. $195, JO/10/10, .per 473-7560, others from$69.95.6/288tpd brick 3 BR,2 BA home on I'/> Ac. Nest Country Club..
fI.ld" .
47" fence; $69 95.33W
ton $152: :
/ Ad NEAR COIF COURSES 2 wells and stool, antique oak roll-1op dest, SI.95. : { 8/16 Great FR. fireplace, scrn'd !porch 1850 heated S.P,
and 2 peptic,tanks. Will divide. ALSO oak tables; oak dining' tobl.; oak BAKER LP posts ft GAS COt 6tr.tchSllI2..I.Family\ owned< and. .(4x14 MOBILE HOMEi 3% Acres fenced. $65.000. Assum. mtg. app,. $39,671.
6-plus Acres Crosby Lake Sh .... Well dressers; oak chest of drawers: brass operated. W.rent bulk tanks'and furnish : Deep well and septic tank on Northwest BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SETTING Clean: S yr.old 2, p
and septic Zon.d. houses only. bed, maple dining room suite; cylinders, '\H. solicit customers' 32nd Ave, $25,000 or BR, 1'10 BA,CH/A. Double carport on 3 Ac,
9648813. 6/283tchg7/12 household items:toys;bicycles;. motorcycle who bulk tanks., We stnve t 20 ONE ACRE LOTS In Pleasant Grove 1969 F-350 ford dump truck; 1981FIOO own eervk..Ne hdv* 'bb Call Roy 778.7881: 6/28 4tchgt.9 r '"/24.500; Investor* eke 'not.. : .
$3.500. $350 down $63 Ford 'cruise, AC PS. PB. pkesord 'Sf'f.1 J tal h,.at(9if :;;.. '* 17Eli'rGREAT *.KITCHEN'" ''JO gr.st.c. #
prPl!: ..per.;.I Im pickup and' It 1,000'got! 1Ci"kt toVT tLor4h rcrllr, 28x\ { .}P"S;, ; ROOM
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o ,M\1\( 9".1. "051\1fJ"V .. ,OdP4.P' .. .AM/r1J! ".'fA".tl / EypIaK9cRngfq.' ..,- ancf"'agrlcul'LI'6'1'' 8C'toChr., off(' t"3 .. ; .,.ovirb+9yrprNM "Niq\' jw/heme,.lOver 1,000 sq. ,ft, Overslsed double, P
'\ .,. ., ',IA pacl tlge ,.1)0: Ford pickup AC. 964-4890 259-6810.. 6/28 4tcha J/W ,. 468.372. roll after 6p.m.. garage ft workshop.,Close to UCI ft FSP."OMI v I
LOST.IrOUND' PS PB Many moray other Items not ft 7,23 ACi Nice BR. Bethel! Church Rd.
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listed. Call 468-1187.. Located S ml. S. I
Subscribe -We ore now offeringApprattol -
MlDpltiYoivsolf RentalsAvailable'
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Starke, US 301, across tracks, 4th Ihouse V .
ServfcesIAVEIIM
REWARD? Ladies watch-r.d leather on right. Itpd 7/03 s I ', : And Sava 4.Notary -
Pride ** * *
around or
band. Lost Pantry
MYRTlli Furniture, book., Sforke.
112 N. 9-5t in : .. '
TGftY.9646399.Sentimental 7/05 value Call l dishes, clothes etc,,.REAL CHEAP) Itpd ,Call Pr>y/l/s/ ', ,..IH',.. ,. $ .. OUTLAW M4-S4FS IVfNINCfIHVIHO ClAM, M M4->/IMMAXINI
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7/05 ILLA OONfY 164-61" TOMMY CHAStAIN'" oJ" r I
LOST-BLACK ANGUS COWl Approx. 3 Or Montezmonth BOOTH"J.IU7 NOME WARD K4 7454
old. Hellbron Springs area. Want Ads Get Results 964-6305 Plumbing) Supplies' ,at II...ye MULLINS 411'.1543 LANOI'OIIO'' 491.1211LONGCHAMP WAYNE POLlOi AS t4 UM

__REWARD. 964.8829.7/05 2tchq 7/12. JOHN

CHANNEL CATFISH FINGERLINGS .I From: f. :
Armstrong's Hatchery(Formerly Dover's) C'& C EEp ;,. TheOffice

Will be In Bradford Clay* Union Co. t..B01lJuly s Q
DurrancePump
21 I Min i forage .ROOWelf Sho HOMES /

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1.539.6754b.forslulyl6 Hwy301-South-Stark. 0P 110 w, Call Street INC.

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'964. OZO': U.S. 301 N4164 N. TempleStarke 964-7061 t *3 Bedroom Brick Veneer Home

FLORILAND Subscribe( Florida BRADFORD' COUNTYTELEGRAPH Today// -1 V Bath;, CH/AJ; Carport; Utility Room

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'REALTY J- MM-HMmBlja i Good Price On Your LotStarting
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Janet. M.. I' I :for Wat.r Heaters 9463t- At t .'

9647700J93 Starling PINE. FORESTAPARTMENTS Water Pumps I FOR SALERAIFORDLAKE I i

And Other Supplies BUTLER $33.800 x
; N. Temple Av. Realtor '. a CBS home, 3/1 Ya.CH. Utility I
,'lIrl;>)-. P. Odom/Broker room. garage.. 1404 sq.' I '*1 Different Plans of FinancingIlder.stijortinaat4.JE13

GRI 2'/i> Ac. $1,000dn. ft. on 1 Ac. $29.900I.IOO! %

----.I__-._- -'3 Ac $2,OOO down.". Naor'SR.121" ft SinclairRd. I 'Also' have. Lets. ft Acreaoe For.Sale i' .. 'JI
FOR RENTtNice ..2'5 A. Well' S Septic..$3,300 WE ;DIG WELLS By ownerV. For.I/
; home! 7'or"1 BR.! 1-7S5-4U9 .fI9646153:

.BA, 'nIJ.'ocOti9nt.' STATELY OLDER. HOME-2 1-2 & 3. Bedroom fipts.From i /:to 6" .. State Licensed 1-7S2-633S-Eves. 1 A

lawson Bldg.. formerly* front porches, beautiful '. ...-
lawsohMeatMork.twolk shady lot, fruit,, trees, 6 ..'fWVto .297M When You:Need A Plumber, .
In coolers' ,a.'Eom. equip'p.1an' trees and' shop. for Fast Service T QfjtColl U4It"7061' 1- I &' Owens Inc.
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mot bldg. has 3 separatebuildings $45000 :
,' could be- ...dREMQU QUIET SETTING.. :

for offiees( ,Retalf',' ... trade, Home w/12x36. family 12 fi 3 BedroiMHt .'lllabl"lIo" I '. : ... RealtorFgrrooriy

you name its' I' \" room: ,Screened porch ft .. .I I ,.. .h . !;" '\ '
-5 Ad.'ldnd30vyownor: !$ : : double cor: ,garagei! .'\ 'I'n'U. .; 1 t."!' I R iI'ERATiffin. DIY REALTY '
will holdmtg,,!!;,,,, S37,75O. : ) .P'! .: 'i'. .IC'V .
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-2 one, R.nr'I... AC-Lawtey. Beautifulimp i '"
BldjjHJse f. f', ., ROME : } ,964-5065.r ..
Fenced. : '
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on.-| j I.I"fr;. ( I Ied'near' well. 8'2 culvert. $,.1750Ac .GrY,81 : .. ".1.\1.\' .rS.,\, \\10',. :.l .:'y "' ., .._. __

GrahanV,..',good: hunting'.; \ 1&,38.. ,W.Phwe..'Ngrdje, """ .. .(p\.. 'I 221 Lafay.,!* ; t. Across. from Wishbone '"

wood.. t I'' M46312Carptf ,. : }il' ;1"ft' ; position .for., afi9l8f4'Rurs AAon..F.h 8:30 a.m 40 5:30'p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. 12 noon _. .
-2 ,bediobrrtirpd./' ((904)) 782.3>.U 1 1P IE11LlR llllg .. 'iif .. $ ,, ,, ... .- .. .
IIml"ovclJlobl..l.t) .O, Drawer M 1ft'II1VIf11' jll'.'' t1 ? .'VV''Ith Operating
.,. .. 'r .'I:r. +t f"t fo ''i } : : 'meteor sand bottom lake. AH you coul4 ov.want'fi; .'alflho..x.
.30))",S, lawtey tiJ. igntlfcir n'ief' ovfity"doom, ,ex-. \ DSEAM HOUSE !
: : ,.."STjuW"4lMrJ) "f "trast Prked "below appraisal value, .
1360Smo ,tr iilerV' : park, I- II jl1-J Ii II I l'' 'x' 11aeiiable. NICl COUNtRY SETTING with1 be "1.\f\ ,frees. Comfortable 2 BR, r BA on 3 Ac
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,ov 28000. Owner!" I j'Ch, : ,'Ai.liP. $ I.r i+ ty vril,=h APARTMENT COMPLEX: Needs repair. ,*Only $49.000 .
prices \ '
:....... $1r4";;V4: ',1\fi} R: I.;"r\ !, '*LARGE FIX-UP, HOUSE: $25,900.
*1$9; JO Wooded 'rk; Abt d ..C"leania.'n' 6Mlliomtown.Pavedjood .' ffiJ, .t" hittW' WALNUT STRUT: One of the"Starke Lnpdmaiks'"e-ems: ,.,II"\'>>..,' .v., -
\ I W), ; : care; center o, ,. At. S9,900.
', -- .. ,," :iI: ; '*CONNERLY ESTATES Brick :3 BR, 2 BA' ", Plreploejappllance. Own ? .
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frntg:'$18.000. -- -"'Cp( .* SsH J IrtriKtMw I .. AtaHaHty ; rti- ;ArniRcsnMedical ;International Assumable mortaaae by 9uollf ying... ,
*336-Wome.ltet' w/loke HWY 18"& dot that form have always Wanted. 34. Ac- paituretivoodedand :
: you some
yi.w.'and access. $11,500 .'..Whole'Ho.; ,. .SpooiaiFurnitura (&. {- i.J,1.) ",.. ,( 'Mi>;;we offer( paid basic"and, euhtvated1.' All fenced with large D/W. 1. ; .

w/4600 dn.,,$7/mO. ._ ra : : 'II II retirement ,'A COUNTRY STORE With gay'pumps, reported good; '-Income: ,,
'J I .f'l'!; major: medical instance, (r .... Beautiful new hom.-prlced to .Ir.
.AL\.ACROS/-MEIlICA" tDyed ; 4a'A'-ACItE' with 4 8RoI2.
Iarp.t .itI) .t!.'kTrtnJ'l,:wyj.its 4..( il?: .1.\ I Ff'lRM ,
Come in :9nd .compare .' Jour : I, ; ;atock purchase and i., *33'ACRES-Nfce Iprfck; { home,',(Nosthj.cl.ond' on paved.rood< .

commercU. prfflr, .. 01.-.1.(sob B Shed 34 1 .IH'' t'f rDAp.gus transfer'; : 'Other" ,*M..*; ON BEAUTlFUl.Vi'\ AcOnly $18.000., ;
: opportunities.l J hardwood floors, ,
tles/ ,,, 'r LARGE 4 BR.'J BA HOME p'n1t Ac. In town. Has pecan trees
-'''Q't fI 1 OO su, t : : 'bent fks. .include! dental, -vacation screened porch:\ '.

'511rrrlrlA'lkadford ft ''..BIOe!. :ami 'iarra dial'''area ,*.*'sick 1 'and( hospital l. disco I.trees YOU and MUST manj; SEE,eKtros.THIS LQyE11t'MODERN:( HOUSE and 10 v'acres within city. ,, has pecan

..'.:"' Carpet a Coy : flt8.; .t r ; :*MlMt-FARMi.tonly I{'mtt*outlaf, city, has 1 lovely: BR,'i BA brick, screen porch.
,Florida ,CI..ni.'I" .CMftAv workshop gri.JE*tousS*OM* other" building, Owner financing .t9 X,
( ....... $'Ir... n4))'. .....) 'o."Jj ,t.. :J .. //Stircroake. application: tp pf rli *POULTRY FARM with nice house. Reported good Income..Owner financing_ .

.... .1 ATfENTiON! Pii4t.Tiq' 1 I '<+25 NICE ACRW with Hwy. paved rood frontofle..Part wooded}, port cleared I with
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f, ""'roj,' .'J./' ",.,I A bnker"was truck ::6-
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., .1f.jJt', .. ; ,,'" by Rescue 62 1 to Bradford Hospital, according to Paramedic Clay Sellars.
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Briefs W BAAX Bikes

10 Speeds TO Hutch' "

Combined Efforts 'Phillip Louis Lee ,unlawful speed 3 Speeds \% GT, MCS .

Save House in Fire fined Lee$111.75.careless driving. fined $29. I'll,, DDMADK" ..NlllaliCI 24"'& 26" Cruisers 7 Diamond Back \

At Strawberry' AcresA Linda Nell Harrell leaving scene of &T Mongoose\
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an accident, fined $59.25. Home Mobile Home '
structure fire in Strawberry Harrell careless driving, fined $39. BICYCLE T} '\ Heavy Duty:

Acres was brought under control Harrell no tag, cost $25. it SALES .' \
Monday afternoon by a combined effort .f Autq Life REPAIRS *% 'I'. /" 20".1
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Starke. News of Record v 2117 "N. Tempi, 1 t : ,lj .".., : ,'." : ;
When LCI department arrived they Marriages Dissolved I .''##j SrlEverytlilng > ,>' ,
found a frame two-story house with a 964-7071 :"
shingle roof was 20 percent engulfed, Marriages dissolved during the j \ "
it appears lighting had struck the month of June in Bradford County. T'S
garage area which was under con Clarice J, Tussinger &: Daniel N. f :

struction, according to Officer York. Tussinger. for your'BMX Bike''
York who was on vacation arrived as Randal Lee Trainor &: Debra Smith.,
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soon as the equipment and directed Trainor. 'AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING Oakley .Shimano and Helmets Comp III Tires

the rescue; William J. Jordan &: Linda Jordan!, Pad Snakebellies ______
The fire'spread to 30 percent but Bonnie M. Reinhart &: Robert, "NEW INSTALLATIONS
was confined to that area. Starke was Reinhart, SERVICE ON ALL MAKES .
called to bring their tanker truck with John L,Woodward&:Tina M.Wood, : : \HEAT PUMPS
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more water when the county based ward. ..
tanker was involved in an accident;on John W. Walker &: Maria C. bra J' "ENERGY'LICENSEDINSURED SAVING UNITS .*, * if if. *

the way to the fire. John D. Johns,. Jr. &: Pamela A. MASTER
Damage to the$120,000 home of Mr. Johns.. & BONDED,, AUL.AMERICA LOVES :
and Mrs..J. R, Sorrel was estimatedto James A. Bryant &: Cynthia A. ".R NA i.t" At ;,1:, ,\ -' <, -... -"" ....

be $20,000, according to York.Finals Bryant. ,. ,.wk .'"'+fi MMm,5IMCC' >M' "; ...".. a ......,/. .;..>.... ..b ,-" "... -. ,. '''' .
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County Traffic:Court.Eightynine' scheduledon .. Yvonne Whipple.Geneve Hinely D. Whipple Seiberling.&:. Steven' C. ',, I;,' a 64-8786" ':'f :;;;;, *!: t:/::7. D Ij V : : '" (. '


cases were Wayne IT. Jordan &: Joann W. Jor "
the Bradford County Traffic- "* <
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R. Wilson&:Chris A.Wilson.
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H. Pierce. The follow ,
Judge George
Patrick G. Michaels&: Brenda Faye
ing defendants received final disposition Michael! WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE if*N THOMPSpN STARKE

July 2, ,, .
IEdward / l'tfT", ( '
a driving while in- 'UI/ Real Country Breakfast
fine
toxicated, $281.50, license ,
suspended six months Salvation Army I ::1,1"/ '

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(DWI) school, 50 hours community -
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Aldridge wilful-wanton reckless 'Served.Buffet .
driving fined$111.75, suspended fine. ,
10 days in jail.Aldridge ,
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ho, valid driver license, .. ,. 9 99 s
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Roy Brantley driving while intoxicated 'f., from m ip Style ,

fined$281.50, license suspended Select from
six months, Salvation Army supervision From '

DWI school.. *Swintec" Casio *" Victor ,
Ruby Ricks Griffis driving while intoxicated Sharp t
fined $281.50, licensesuspended r 6:00 am
six months, Salvation Ar-

my supervision, 50 hours communitywork FEATURES THIS WEEK to'l
attend DWI school. OUR ,
Griffis driving: on wrong side 'of '
divided highway, fined $59.25. 10:30 am, ., ,

John David McKinney driving 7 A Week '
while intoxicated, fined $281,5050 1 Days,

hours community work, Salvation Ar- Victor 000 Heavy Duty SwintecOffice we"Repair
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while license suspended,or"*revoked, 1139. .' : Reg. 139.. For Great Summer Meals!
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Harley, Johns no valid driver' J' '

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Richard Eugene demons1 revoked'driving, sage. S Ie' : t, We ,,
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Darreil'/jC 'Wagner'\violation of Soup '"

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Wagner careless driving fined $39,, '

Jeffery[Brian J Ho.us.ton I '", improper. "StfM," Suiinlec'IORIt/, !By'.Max .Jowa, Swintec_ f ,
tag, $25 coat> : m Bars'I, ,
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; fined ..2ft and produce license ,.', SCM MAXElectronic I, IoIidllu'25U. II I ,I"'i"" ,';" : ..
Sumner unlawful speed,fined $139.' r
Joseph:Andrew Wilkerson driving \
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Barry,cost$10.Boswell'vlolation. ,, of. ,restrictions ... '3M.., 'Rogisted'SALE,1 You'll} Really .Be.':Glad
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Additional Charges $000.Damage to Chevrolet,driven Olan::Stafford.Wagon of Hampton' ;I wer.w9Od ,brush,or trash 1. Greater visibility through the UM vehicles Approacbing from tib*tear,.

Await Two Men by Zurney M. Ford 33,of Starke,was was arrested July 1 and charged with two,were to vehicle fires of four blue rotating 42,000 candle 'the Jet-Sonic Light System alto offers
$800. Damage to the Flat was $1,000. driving while license suspended, ac-' 'd lls ,were false alarms, one power halogen lights. two 42.000 candle power spotlights
Back From IndianaTwo Harrell was further charged with cording to Chief John Hodges, ff; .' a mutual aH" to county fire The ability to turn off the front facing facing forward to illuminate.objects
careless driving and improper tag, Bond "lie rent and one call was tar the facIng and vehicles in front of the
returned from Indianapolis : f for the charge was set at$230, ; rotating lights while the rear -
men Aid Peseta. ,8en!: f wreck.. patrol car and two 42,000 candlepower
Waldron :was released on his own lights remain on. This removes
: last week after they had Bond for the charges was set at recognizance ,//t"'J. ., the flashing lights front) the eyes of the spot lights on each end of the
driven stolen truck from Starke will .
a $250, Harrell was released oq her own ." ; Cars Will motorist and trooper in front of the light system, which illuminate\
FfP Sport
have been additionally charged. and either aide
vehicles on of
recognizance. Theresa Lloyd Merrill, 54, of Brad. vchlcje.an.4 gyi; offers warning toPinehurst objects
Dale Lee Lamonte 25, and Jack Jet..Sonlc the
patrol
Craig Thomas, 23, had additionallybeen ford County was arrsted June 28 and ,, \r, Light ...... c. d, ..'. .. .. ,_ .. ,.0 ,'d.car.. ".... ... "". ., "".. .
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Juvenile ChargedIn according to Trooper W. D. hounced the
forgery and uttering a forgery,according purchase of the new
to Investigator Ricky Bennett. Motel IncidentPolice Langston. ",I FederatJet-Sonic Light System for Starlte
Merrill's blood alcohol .
The victims In the forgery charges content was |use as top lights on patrol cars.
are Winn Dixie and Kimberlee Ken were called to investigate a .16 percent. Bond for the charge was '*,They; new light has a low profile,
dall. The defendants had cashed complaint of attempted sexual battery set at $300. Merrill was released on aerodynamic design to reduce wind Grocery Upholstery:
several checks at the store for large upon an eight year old female at her own recognizance. 'drag':and thereby maintain fuel efficiency ,
amounts of money they were not en a local motel in Starke June 30. of the Patrol vehicle. Hwy ICO South-
titled to, said Bennett. The victim's father had awaken and "* Colonel Bobby R. Burkett,Director & Variety locatod N.xt to Plnohurtt
Thomas and Lamonte were also found a 15-year-old male on top of his Starke Fire Dept of the Florida Highway Patrol said, Grocery
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charged with three counts of theft, daughter making lewd motions. The "The decision to purchase these lights Hwy.100Sout1tGROCERY i
resisting arrest and fleeing attempting juvenile fled when the father attempted Responds to 21 Calls was based first on safety. Tho high [ 964-5587 t ;

tq elude an officer in Indiana. to grab him. The Juvenile had The Starke Fire Department visibility features of this, light will ,
Those charges were dropped and the been traveling with the family from reported fire calls averaged about warn approaching motorist, more :
two defendants were extridited to New Jersey on vacation. He was normal during the month of June, according quickly than the conventional strobe' Standard
Florida located July ,,1 at 12:30: a.m. and arrested to Assistant Chief Dwayne light. There Is a much larger area of

July 3 additional charges of two at a convenience store' on Hardee. light surface "which, greatly, Increasesthe Pepsi
each of and uttering a US-301. calls responded to visibility. Sofa
counts forgery A total of 21 were
The juvenile being detained at the The:Jet-Sonic Light Incorporates
System -
Thomas &
forgery were placed against by the department with the largest RC
In
detention center several
and Lamonte. Victim was Angela Juvenile number of calls, six, .to assist; Bradford features which will
Kendall, a check was stolen from her Gainesville, according to Sgt. Wayne County Rescue. enhance, the: troopers effectiveness R.turnoblee-Pocks'
June 1 and cash in the amount of$100, Wilkinson. Three calls were to structure fires, and safety. Some: of these features $2.4900 ,

said Bennett. areti!:" ... St.8.

Arrests in BC -- InclucUl Fabric ft tabor
Union Jury Finds
For Traffic ChargesLocal / & plus d.p.t tax
5 Inmates GuiltyFive '
,. authorities report' tour: arrests Club 25 announces.. .'.' .. .. laV : NMIM ,. '25"% Off'
inmates have been ,
prison during the past week In Bradford ,' -. --
VARIETY
found guilty in separate trials ,in County for,,traffic violations. f :' .; :": l;t' ;&u : AH
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Union County last week in what Assis- c < ,,'." -I-" : :
tant Public Defender Rick Reploglesaid Juanita M: Cloud, 28, of Bradford .
was "an exercise in futility." County was .arrested June 19 and BACK:BY POPULAR DEMAND 25% Off. HOME It'
Replogle said the men had nothingto charged with driving with license : ,
lose by going to trial because new suspended, according to Lt. William .
On All FabricOpan7Daya
Wilder
state sentencing guidelines provideno Tillotson. "The Gang"COME ,AUTO. I.
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incentive for negotiating a plea. Cloud was released after .a ,$200 '
Replogle said he has to advise the inmates surety bond was posted. '-- J_ Iv! BOATS:
that, according to the JOIN' IN
guidelines, they will receive the same Douglas Alan Stivers, 32, of Starke THE FUN OF area dancsng
sentence if they plead guilty or are
was arrested June 30 and charged
convicted in a jury trial. with unlawful blood alcohol level, according a Work Quality Work-.
Assistant State Attorney Harris to Trooper D. C. Roberts. PLENTY OF OPEN BOWLINGSTARKE Reasonable Rates
Tobin had said Monday that new Stivers blood alcohol content was 7.DD R.M. ta.aDD
sentencing guidelines would increasehis .:;;... r
.14 He released
percent. was after a 'IItW'
case load because the formulas for- .$300 surety bond was posted. LAMES, P.M. MDN.-Fat.,AM-'PM'Terwillegar /
determining sentences provide no in- US 301>I North 9t4-817S
centive for defendants who want to
plead guilty to receive a less sentenceby -
avoiding going to trial. '
The trials began June 27 after Cir
cult Judge John J Crews spent Mon- Motors
day presiding over jury selections for #
the nine cases,which are scheduled to
conclude next Tuesday. All but one of i.
the involve crimes within the
cases \
1 prisons near Lake Butler.
The trial Thursday morning stay Starke & Keystone
have set a record for the'' shortest ,
deliberation time by a jury Reploglesaid. ,
The jury was out for about two ( FORD

.Stephens minutes guilty before of finding possession Robert of a -' :' : .

knife! The sentence for that conviction -' : ,

was 10 years. ,: 0 U.J The Door
Other cases included inmate Willie i : '-

Frank Thomas, who was found guilty d. ,
of battery of a law'enforcement'officer I- yy. u. w.h" 'Mh.MrP.s, airw. ,t rMi W

and received a ,ine-year- ,
sentence. Tyron Howard was found EXXFIC
guilty of possession of marijuana and '
money and received a total of 12 years ,

in prison. Inmates are not allowed to . L
keep cash In the prisons and are '

Issued coupons for,'' personal ,purr< Stum *>i>OItL'!
chases. i
Carlos Ruaz was convicted of
possession of cocaine and other contraband r. r EJ

which added 15 years to his '
'.
prison. term. :
All the cases were decided by jury
deliberations of less that 30 minutes.
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2 Waldo Women

Arrested in Starke 1

For Shoplifting '
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Two Waldo women were arrested In1 I I' \ :, .......1, : :_

Starke for shoplifting at the Bradford ,' ... ., ... $330000 ,
Square Shopping center July 1,according {. Ii '.: ,' <'
I to Patrolmen Dwight Groves and r. ::1 '' ." ,'-" i ,,.
Steve Ferguson. ;U t ( DISCOUNT
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, Sandra Ford,'. 25, ,and Mary Lee ,COMPARET'HIS'.... ;,: : 'f, ,; '
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Williams 43, hot of Waldo were arrested ,
and charged with retail theft F-150 133" I Wheel Base i : Anywhere/, *
Bond
for the charge was set at $200. 8995TERWIILEGAR

Pollee. responded to the complaintof 300 ,six.* 4 speed manual, power eieidlig, perse ,.brdkes.... ,5450. package, ,
shoplifting and found the two tinted aux. fwl tanfci tNt wimri cruise l control, con-
,womeq, had taken more than $200 air conditioning .glass, ,, ; .

worth of merchandise from three verence, group, light group, knitted,vinyl'Sat,':hw< mluorpod': :.
stores in the center; $178 ;
shopping
from TG&Y, $25 from Eckerd's and i :,wheel 1 covers, "heavy duty battery. '.l.' 'r::,. f .

$14 worth of meat from Wlnn Dixie No Dealers Price
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The two released Invoice'9221,50I '
,r women were on "
,their own recognizance,' I '{ ,Factory,List Price'12295.00, '' fom* Boter' : Trades Welcome;:

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Passes..Bogus Bills ,.& ,>l :" .: ,

A 27-year-old Jacksonville mail was) '.1" ".:" .r .,:..:;: :a?iJjJ. "\""ro".\1\). ". i
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arrested at a local lounge Saturday ;\ :, \ ;
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night after he the waitress two "'
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gave "
.$20 bogus bills j n;, : .1, ,. :. r .. .....,\iJ'IJi 1' i ,rl
'Larry Bryant Stanford was charged : I -dSi\ : ? l.. i">, .'f'. ].;;'
,with uttering forged hills,'according '.. I : '. .r!.r't;
to Patrolman Paul Rhoden. Stanford ),'11 A!, .,:' ,

had passed two bills and ,ty< '
in his wallet. a. ,1-' ', I'/\':"" \ .
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Bond for the charge was set at$ADO t' ''' ..' .:.\WI...
released his ",". .r"'V ..', ,' ,' '
r Stanford was on :.own ". ... 'JI'rfJ "'. .
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Lake :Butter Woman \0.(.","';," .::1'}. ","';..t'. \" t..; (1.\?_,'\
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Charged In:Accident' "' ."., ). I, i ,... ".,,I''j'"

"f, A 21-year-old Lake Butter woman' ." ., ..;.. r '" '
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,was charged with leaving the scene of, { \j '
,' $6' 1"5D'; f. '
an accident June 33 after her 1973 Fiat "-: ". .t. ,"" ,

:struck two eastbound vehicle;on .I M. 'RWVt\ ,i;;,J,. ;. 'I., ....,.\ '
SR-loo eight mile west of Starke,ac- j .
yr' .t1i. ; : .! 1 .JIE i L. f rt ,
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cording to Trooper D. F,Peseta, "a"isp'' 1 "
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Linda, WW1 .....relJ'* vehicle '" ,, i 'JiiJj., ,
recovered on CR-BB at .the Ranger :4x4 108"W.B... ; Terwillegar. .. ,
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following"T"] a, : : \f' .t .. .. ;, ;:

!, A 1110 IIAd ',_\1' Cbeviolet."J ,r w .'.1 ;;,\. V.-" MsS, ipMd. tutnWwt,..p.wv'. jng '" ,'( ';'... .\ .. J1' '. ",.. 'f'' ', "

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tile left Buftk and ,' .'. ;" ', \. ,', I". '" '.' .' \
,the Chevrolet' ..iltliiAtiirt to''lfcevastw .'", ''t ,,' /.t 1;;'.''. I Ji '. ,." .
action hut Wi struck: on tIt6' : I,' ;t t"i' '
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''left aide byUw.Pint:\Botb yoUoimi ij?",, ' VV W, $...

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Damage to: Ute Bulck;driven by ,,, ",,'',\,*.*. *. *. .'*.i..u.....4";.; ,r ,,' ,' t''.1 I',"+ I',.,, !'o' 4': ."..''_ I'''' .

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